35 Burst results for "Pain"

Senate votes to block railroad strike, impose contract rejected by unions

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 21 hrs ago

Senate votes to block railroad strike, impose contract rejected by unions

"The Senate has moved fast to head off a potentially catastrophic rail strike. The Senate passed a bill binding rail companies and workers to a proposed settlement reached in September, some unions involved then rejected the deal, leading to a potential strike next week, which the Biden administration and business leaders warrant could lead to massive job losses and pain around the holidays. The House voted yesterday to impose the agreement and the bill now goes to President Biden, who hours earlier, defended the settlement. I negotiated a contract, no one else could negotiate. With pay raises, but not more paid leave. The president says he'll keep pushing to get that for rail workers and every

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Rebel Wilson Is in Hot Water for 'Fatphobic' Clothing Line

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:56 min | 2 d ago

Rebel Wilson Is in Hot Water for 'Fatphobic' Clothing Line

"Rebel Wilson is in hot water. But she brought along herself. Memor rebel did once very overweight actress, the Brit always had these funny lines and pitch perfect, really never me laugh once. Just, I looked at him, she was like awkward to me. I never sounded funny. So you know she started the clothing line, but now that she has a new mom, a new baby, she's launched a clothing line with her partner to design it Ramona, a groomer, it's a lounge raft fashion brand called the R and R club, but here's where things get bad. The first collection of R and R club, they just have white hoodies and matching white sweatpants so far. But here's where it gets rude. The sizes go from extra small to small to medium to large. Not what you'd think a former fatty would do. It's pretty rude. And now her fat fans are coming at her. So there's this TikToker that calls herself fat positive, destiny N, she put up a video calling out Rebel Wilson. She said the irony of rebel dropping a clothing one that wouldn't have even been able to shop and wear a few years ago. I don't understand how someone who is plus size for the majority of their career and the majority of their life. Someone who knows how hard it is to be fat, to shop for clothing and actually find it in your size, I don't understand how someone with that background. That knowledge can release a brand that only goes up to size large. This gives a lot of truth to some of these thoughts, the most fat phobic and abusive people are former fat people. They really are.

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Brielle Biermann Is Tired Married Men Saying She's Beautiful

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:36 min | 2 d ago

Brielle Biermann Is Tired Married Men Saying She's Beautiful

"You know, that girl brielle veerman Kim zolciak's daughter, one of those bravo who is, you know, she's rewatched her grill up. Getting all the plastic surgery and cosmetic procedures and all the enhancements to look more like her mother, who, by the way, her mother's big old brash, Texas Braun, but there's a beauty about her, but she just crazy. But it's over the top. I get it. And the daughter made a lot of changes to her face, her breasts, her ass. You're typical. And, you know, many guys would look at her and go, oh, damn, she's hot. So the other day, brielle says that she's on the receiving end of very suggestive Instagram messages from several non single famous men, including two from the bravo family, or they call them bravo liberties. Oh my God. I quit the job if they coined that term and I worked there. She goes, there's some very interesting direct messages actually from a lot of different people. This chick is 25. All right? How mother came Real Housewives of Atlanta? Married to big old football player, very open about sex, open amount the things she's had made bigger and smaller, et cetera so according to brielle biermann, the social media flirts or married or have girlfriends include two from bravo and a bunch of other ones who are very well known. And when this podcast post, I forget the person's name who cares everybody's got one. Let's call them Vinny boom bots. When if any boom bots asked her about the content of the DMs, things like, hi, you're so beautiful, or they'll send me one of my own posts and be like, wow, although just send me a suggestive emoji. Listen, you deserve an eggplant emoji with the way you dress and act and what you've done with your body. What else were you doing this for? You wanted men to look at true and all to you. Now she says she doesn't respond, or reply, I don't believe that. She probably says, hit me up on WhatsApp. Who knows? She said the attempts at communication make her uncomfortable, you think she felt that way when she squeezed the 36 triple D's into her little baby top,

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"pain" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

04:53 min | 2 d ago

"pain" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"Take a deep breath and try to ruminate calmly on the position, playwright Bruce Norris takes, and is scintillating new play downstate. That the punishments inflicted on some pedophiles are so harsh and unrelenting as to be inhumane. Nothing is inhumane when it comes to inflicting punishment on a pedophile. Nothing. I mean, I couldn't even finish the article. It's almost, it's almost impossible to broad brush the perspective that we're dealing with here. Impeccably acted out drama but if you talk about it, it sounds like someone is advocating some level of consideration for people who have committed unspeakable crimes. And yet this guy Norris proposes a variation on this proposition at off Broadway's playwrights horizon. He's questioning what degree of compassion should society fairly hold out to those who have served their time for sexual abuse assault or rape. He wants them all out. No problem, just like California. Good news today at my side of the world. Shit town. The DA's in ship town and our wonderful governor Gavin Newsom of all degree. They're going to let loose about 7000 pedophiles. From prisons, they're all getting out because that's what George gascon, the worst DA in the history of the world, but there's plenty more like him because they're all being paid by George Soros, et cetera and they're making a mockery of this country. Alvin Bragg and New York City, gascon. It's every place people are dying left and right being murdered left and right. Sick perverted people living in hotels, four or 5 star hotels in New York City. 24 hotels have now become places where homeless drug addicts, pedophiles get to live. It's absolutely unfathomable. And I know I mentioned this on the Patreon. Maybe I didn't tell you guys, but there's a new law that's on the books. Get this. I believe 2 o'clock.

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Balenciaga's 'Edgy' Lotta Volkova Is Twisted

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

05:23 min | 2 d ago

Balenciaga's 'Edgy' Lotta Volkova Is Twisted

"There's a woman named lada volkova. She is balenciaga's senior stylist. W magazine once called her the coolest stylus in the industry and by cool, this is the way people talk. They mean that she's edgy. And takes chances and those bold things. In other words, she does disgusting things that people don't. People are too afraid to speak down about because what do I know? Maybe she's so brilliant. She just knows so much more than me. I'm not going to stand up and say this idea is horrible. I mean, it's a lot of October. Because stylus in the industry. And when you get to the balenciaga level of stylish stylist, that's pretty big. Now, a few days ago, the fashion house tried to blame the photographer for the child sex controversy, but now it seems clear that the real fault is with volkova. In fact, the photographer came out and said, I don't know what they're going to do once I take the pictures and you know, I know he's got to be a little complicit when he took the pictures that those things were out, the plush BDSM teddy bears were in the little girl's hand, so I don't know what that means. But I will add them on Instagram, but of course he didn't write back to me. Because I said, what kind of a sick bastard would take pictures of kids like that? I'm sure he didn't even look at it because he's been too busy getting creamed by a lot of people in the public. But it's a big, big problem. And this vocal has been working with working closely with the head of balenciaga, in other words, the fish stinks from the head down. In other words, everybody knew about it and was in on it. Because it was edgy, and who's going to complain, but it's so popular. Do you see that Kanye wears us and Kim Kardashian wears us and Nicole Kidman does add to us? Isabelle huppert does add for us? Yeah, well, that backfired, didn't it assholes? But now ever since people became aware of this perverse ad campaign, volkova suddenly made our Instagram private. I ran through my phone to look at her Instagram, gone. But you can go on the Internet and find some snaps. If you're sadly enough, it's not that hard that they're out there. But you can get a peek at how messed up she is. I mean, you don't want to walk away from your phone and vomit. It's just a very glaring indication of how many people. People in important and very influential positions innocent little children like stray dogs. Some of the pictures I saw had disgusting imagery of children and all sorts of haunting violent sick perverted ways. Like a lady wearing a red latex shirt holding two plastic newborns covered in red red blood. Just sick shit. A toddler lifting up the skull of a dead man. A child lying in the middle of a pentagram while the devil sits on a throne behind it. Devil has his legs spread wide open. He's not wearing any pants. Just a new devil with a kid on the floor. It's actually one of those pictures with an adult woman on the floor. You got a female toddler lying on her side, smiling a little girl's smile, but honor they have this JonBenét Ramsey wig and full beauty contest makeup. There's a little, there's a little boy bound to a chair and gagged. There is a feminized little boy posing like a female in a position I can't even imagine getting in. He's got no top on he's wearing jeans and gold pumps. Then there's the bursting I've ever seen. A photo titled murder and a child's bedroom. It's so disgusting. It looks like an actual crime scene. I mean, it's almost like, I mean, I know, I'd all happen recently that the four murders and I Idaho, but it's almost like they were depicting that. You see a bloodied bed. Covers a role messy, there's a person child, I should say, I can't tell if it's female or male. For the back of the bed, face against the wall, blood everywhere in the bed. And on the bloodied carpet, there are several items of bloody clothes on the floor. There's a record player. And some records and albums around and disarray,

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"Fame's" Irene Cara Joins the List of 'Unknown Illness' Deceased

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:23 min | 2 d ago

"Fame's" Irene Cara Joins the List of 'Unknown Illness' Deceased

"I sat on the other show that we are going to experience a lot of different deaths. I felt a lot of deaths coming. And it wasn't just like COVID related when I said that. Although, you know, obviously COVID has a lot to do with it, but I just said I feel a lot of deaths and then a bunch of people started dying. Comedians die in a Louis Anderson Bob Saget, Gilbert Gottfried. The list was going crazy. Some people tell me, hey, you know, people die. I don't know. I've been a journalist for 30 years, 31 years, 32 years, whatever it is. I'm always reading death notices and what have you. And I just don't remember seeing this many people drop like flies with an unknown illness. You know, Irene Cara, who was such a sweetie pie back in the day. With fame, she dies 63 years old. I know for some of you, that sounds like an old age when you read 30s or so 60. Three, well, she lives a good life. No, I'm 60 now. 63 is going to be her in a second. I don't want to die. I'm sure Irene carrot did neither. So we never get to know these things anymore. Not one person, not one journalist. Can find out if these people who die mysterious deaths were vaccinated. We never get that that bit of information. That would change a lot. Wouldn't it? I mean, probably make a lot of us scared to death facing the future. Those of us who got vax, but what is going on and why don't we get to know? We used to always know when somebody died. Even if it was suicide, they say, took his own life, took her own life, now that stuff is out. That's not do we even know what was in Coolio's system when he dropped that? I mean, I'm sure there were drugs in there. But do we know? Has it been enough time that has passed? So we get to know about the toxicology, I mean, I know you can get toxicology reports back in a couple of days. This is getting ridiculous. God, they do want to do motor vehicle department. It's not that hard to do. No blood type. Like when I go to the hospital, they know what's in my system in an hour. I don't know why these things take 6 weeks.

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Biden calls on Congress to avert a nationwide rail crisis

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 d ago

Biden calls on Congress to avert a nationwide rail crisis

"A rail strike is looming and the impact on the U.S. economy could be broad. President Joe Biden is calling on Congress to pass legislation to intervene and block a railroad strike before next month's deadline. Four rail unions that represent more than half of the 115,000 workers in the industry have rejected the current deals. Business groups said even a short term strike would have a tremendous impact on business and could cause economic pain across the country. 8 other rail unions have ratified their deals that include 24% raises and $5000 in bonuses. The four unions still negotiating say the deals did not resolve workers concerns about demanding schedules and

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A Mediation on Matthew 8:5-11 for Monday of the 1st Week of Advent

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

02:35 min | 4 d ago

A Mediation on Matthew 8:5-11 for Monday of the 1st Week of Advent

"For the next few moments, surrender all the cares and concerns of the stay to the lord. Say slowly, from your heart, Jesus. I trust in you. You. Take over. Become aware that he is with you. Looking upon you with love. Wanting to be heard, deep within your heart. A reading from the holy gospel, according to Matthew, chapter 8 versus 5 through 11. When Jesus went into capernaum, a centurion came up and pleaded with him. Sir, he said, my servant is lying at home paralyzed and in great pain. I will come myself in cure him, said Jesus. A centurion replied. Sir, I am not worthy to have you under my roof. Just give the word in my servant will be cured. For I am under authority myself and have soldiers under me, and I say to one man, go, and he goes to another, come here, and he comes. To my servant, do this, and he does it. When Jesus heard this he was astonished and said to those following him, I tell you solemnly, nowhere in Israel have I found faith like this, and I tell you that many will come from east and west to take their places with Abraham and Isaac and Jacob at the feast in the Kingdom of Heaven. What word made this passage come alive for you? What did you sense the lord saying to you?

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The Market Continues to Go Through Big Swings

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

00:58 sec | Last week

The Market Continues to Go Through Big Swings

"This market does continue to go through these big swings. Hopefully we see another big swing and hopefully there is generational wealth that we can build in that period of time. But you've got about 18 months to get your head around things. And you've got two choices. If you're the person that wants to quit and walk away, fine. Absolutely fine. But how are you going to feel? big, big run, and you are not involved in it at all. Well, what you're going to be doing is you're probably going to get back involved, but you're going to be buying when Bitcoin's at 50, 60,000. Not when it's down here around these levels that it is today. And I did a video on trading view and you can look at my socials. And if you're in the Discord group, I post the video yesterday and the TC post chat. At the bi levels that I'm looking at for Bitcoin. So you've got the option now to fight through the pain, remove the emotions from this whole process. And start to consider yourself in four or 5 years ahead. That is where you make your money. You don't make it today. You plan it today. You take action today. You educate today, you make it tomorrow.

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Payne, Booker lead Suns to 116-95 win over Knicks

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last week

Payne, Booker lead Suns to 116-95 win over Knicks

"The sun shut down the Knicks in the second half to close out at one 1695 victory Phoenix limited New York to 34% shooting after halftime after carrying a 55 53 lead into the break All 5 sun starters scored in double figures Camera pain was high man with 21 points I know our points abuses will come down to the first chord and I set the tone And I just try to bring my intensity try to bring my defense be aggressive defensively and get stops get on the board Devin Booker had 20 and Deandre ayton added 13 with 11 rebounds Jalen Brunson had a game high 27 points on 11 of 21 shooting for the Knicks I'm Dave ferry

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Embrace Your Family This Holiday Season

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:32 min | Last week

Embrace Your Family This Holiday Season

"Love in the air, a lot of tears. I was in South Carolina for a funeral. Dear friend of mine who lost their son. To addiction, second family I know that has lost their child to addiction and it's awful. The scourge of addiction and despair, it's heartbreaking, and it's something that we've got to tackle. We've got to face this. We got to deal with it. I am inspired, though, by the love that I felt in that church yesterday, a beautiful funeral service and a lot of beautiful people lifting my friend's family up. They have a beautiful family, beautiful daughters. They're going to persevere. They're going to get through this, and they're going to have young field in their heart, always. And I just want to remind you to embrace your family, lean into the love of your family, be lifted and lifted up by the support and the love family is everything. And again, a lot of pain and hurt in the world right now. I'm thinking about those families of those four beautiful kids who were stabbed to death in Idaho. I'm thinking about the family, the families of all these police recruits in Whittier, California, imagine what you can't. You can't even begin to imagine what some of these families are experiencing, and it's so tough going into the holiday season. It's so difficult.

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"pain" Discussed on The Christian O’Connell Show

The Christian O’Connell Show

06:42 min | 2 weeks ago

"pain" Discussed on The Christian O’Connell Show

"This is where every week we walk around our House of pain, we're building with you guys. As we go into each room, we look for your stories where you've had pain, we've been around in the house of pain so far. We've been into your kitchens. Last week, we're in your bedrooms with lots of amazing stories. Now, we're moving into the hallway. Hallways, doors, porches, and attics, is that right? Yeah, I like it. Yeah. All right, so any injuries in the hallway at the front door, porches or attics on 9 four one four one O four three. I can kick it off. Do you remember the first time you ever got winded? Oh my God, yeah, it's a young kid. Being winded too. It's awful feel awful. Mine was pushing the couch up to the edge of the door and my idea was to jump off the couch, grab the top of the door frame and swing through the hallway into my bedroom. What an audacious plan. Tarzan. As I grabbed the top of the door frame I got a good purchase on it too good that I went vertical as I went horizontal and came down on my back. I'm like, oh my God, you feel that now. Do you remember at the start of the year when I got COVID? Yes. Sue the boss, right? Decided to come around my house to give me the recording equipment so I could still do the show. The show must go on to show Moscow on that is that is our boss's suit motto. Even COVID or it doesn't matter. In his face. I remember the engineers said, will look, we can't go around there because he's got COVID. And Sue didn't matter. She came around. She was COVID to thrust that microphone in my wheezy face. So anyway, there used to be there is no more because of what I'm about to tell you. A very slippery, dangerous front doormat that my wife got right, the people always just go, oh my God, we're slipped on that. The idea of a doormat is the grippy texture. I actually think my wife was planning this for me to break my new kind of claim on the insurance. So anyway, Sue turns out she's laden death with big flight cases with all this equipment I need. Sandy slew doesn't just slip, she actually breaks her foot. On my front door, I've still got the text message from the chief executive going. You broke Sue. Moon boot. For weeks. All right, so Patsy, you ever sustained an injuries in the hallway at the door, porches or attic. No, I haven't. I haven't, but you know what I have done in the hallway when ords broke a leg, and she was in a wheelchair. We had to take the poor dear to the bathroom each time. And this one time she was busting and I kind of cut the corner and shoved a corner of the wheelchair into the plaster in the hall. And the hole is still there. And every time Chris walks past, he goes, oh, I can't believe you. Lift all in the plaster. All right, we're looking for your stories in about injuries in the hallway at the door porches for attics. This is the Christian O'Connell show. Last week in the house of home with a conference that you sustained in the bedroom. Today we move into hallways, doors, porches, and attics 9 four one four one O four three. Mark, good morning. Good morning, Christian hello. I'm good mark. So where do we go in the house of pain with you at the hallway? We're in the hallway. Yes. I have two Q I had three kids. The two boys were sharing the room and at some air of the morning a four year old comes down and she's all, I feel well. So all right, jump in bed, go back off to sleep. So you can jump to the bed. Shortly after the other ones, the baby starts crying. My wife goes down the hallway. All of a sudden, I hear this or Marty fad and what you see. But oh my goodness. And our guy down there and she's sitting in the middle of the floor, holding her head, the four year old to come down, had vomited in the hallway. And I'm benign to my wife. She'd stepped in it, gone over tea. Slammed slammed her head against the door. She's got vomit or ivory. She heard in her hair and then large gushing out of it. The exorcist and your whole life. Yeah, and then a half hour later in the day in our hospital getting 7 stitches in the skull. Exactly thing with blood and vomit all over here and everything like that. Well, it's a great one to kick us off with. Here we go. In the house of pain. Mark, thank you very much your story, mate. Have a good day. Thank you. Goodbye. Bye bye. Jason. Hello. Jason. Yes. Yes. There we go. There we go, morning. Jason, what's your story? Where are we going in the house of poem? We know hallway, a doorway. Okay, we're in a whole way now. This is a whole different century. It was way back when I was a kid. So we're talking nearly 50 years ago. My brother and I were wrestling. And we used to have holding doors open, where the old fashioned clothes lines that you have to put on the stove to heat up. Yeah, my grandparents had them, yeah. Yeah, so we used those as doorstops. So we were busy wrestling away in the hallway. And somehow this ended up being lifted up and dropped onto my face. Chipping one of my front teeth. Your nose and all your teeth. Yeah, well, I do remember it happening. I remember also getting carted off to the dentist and we had to get because basically I had a triangle piece taken out of one of my front teeth. So I had to get a cap on that. And over the years that kept broken away and had to be replaced. Right at the beginning of COVID, I was eating a dim sim. And I've actually broken it off again. And I haven't been able to get it fixed. Because during COVID, we couldn't go to it. No, that's right. But I mean, there's been some free time since the end of that. We are out on the world now for a year to have that snaggle tooth fitted, like a shark tooth. You got there now, sharpened up. That's right, but unfortunately I work for myself. So having time off to go to a dentist is a luxury. This gives me an idea. Why don't I have mobile dentists? For basic rudimentary stuff, they can come round to yours with that bag at all. They can come and make me on job site. Yeah. She was dentistry. So we've got an idea here. Let's go 50 50. Why not? Let's do it. Jason, I'll build up a business plan for you. Yeah, so I'd love to get back to me. Jason, thank you very much for calling. Have a good day. Thank you, cheese. But Christian O'Connell show podcast.

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AJ's Initial Thoughts on Election Night 2020

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:29 min | 3 weeks ago

AJ's Initial Thoughts on Election Night 2020

"I mean, who would have thought? We'd ever miss hanging chads. So this show is a combination of famous bits and politics is a bitch. I can't believe we have to go to bed. It's 1 o'clock in the morning here in Las Vegas. My throat is horse from screaming at the TV, screaming at Donna brazile, Chris Wallace, Jake tapper, a number of other assholes that I just can't John Roberts. I can't say. And some fucking boring woman, they put on the Fox News channel, along with Martha McCallum, who's the wolf in sheep's clothing and Brett Bayer who, listen, he has his one hour time slot on Fox that's the most boring fucking show, you ever want to see. You know, I know he's steady Eddie, but he has no panache, no pizazz, the team that Fox put together to bring us this election night special, the biggest election of our generation. What a fucking dud, so I'm a horse. And I'm a little worse for wear, but this is an embarrassment. Not to mention there was some very dubious behavior. If not criminal behavior, and we're going to find out in the ensuing days, you know, we heard for a while that Pennsylvania was going to be a pain in the ass. But did we expect it to be this fucking annoying? you guys lock up and go home? What kind of fucking union is this? Are you kidding me? The presidential election hangs in the balance and you're going home. Did we expect Arizona to apparently apparently I should say flip like we're being told it flip? Is this the ghost of John McCain sticking up Trump's asshole? Sure seems that way if the numbers hold up. Wisconsin we don't know yet. Michigan, we don't know yet. And the Secretary of State and Pennsylvania said they could be counting ballots till Friday.

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Adam Laxalt: Nevada Was Never That Blue

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | 3 weeks ago

Adam Laxalt: Nevada Was Never That Blue

"Look I think first and foremost we were never that blue Donald Trump lost by two points in 2020 My opponent Catholic Cortez masto won by two 1016 and by the way she wouldn't have one if our candidate that year did an unendorse Trump in the final week of the election And so we have been this razor thin tossed up state and this year finally that they are not able to blame Republicans for what's going wrong We have a Democrat governor Democrat House and Senate in this state We have a Democrat president Democrat House and Senate nationally And so once we got our job done I'm reminding everybody that all the pain they feel right now whether it's just a pump or in the grocery stores or in our communities which are less safe all these things are Democrat policy And I firmly believe that our independent voters are reasonable moderate Democrats they want nothing to do with this radical agenda They don't want this wokeism and our schools They don't like all this pro criminal policy and the anti police rhetoric all this stuff is a big big big thing that is tied together for people to understand when you change And we've run a consistent strong alternative we're going to support law and we're going to push for a secure border We're going to stop spending money Hopefully we get these gavels and we hold some hearings and get to the bottom of Doctor Fauci and these people that helped shut down our country We need to make sure that never happens again and people are ready for that People understand we need that to move forward as a country

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Biden Visits the DC Homeless Shelter Formerly Known as Union Station

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:55 min | Last month

Biden Visits the DC Homeless Shelter Formerly Known as Union Station

"Biden, in the homeless encampment, formerly known as union station, made his closing argument that is very academic, and I have to tell you, this is a very bizarre election strategy by these consultants. And it goes to show how isolated from reality that they are. A good rule from politics. And, you know, James carville said this, and what he was saying was actually not what is usually interpreted. He said, it's just the economy stupid. That's not totally true, but let's say the essence of that is true. What he meant is that it's just issues people can touch and that can relate to stupid. That's what carville was saying and he was completely right by saying it. Basically, you can not win elections on far off esoteric abstract concepts. So if you remember, Bill Clinton versus George H. W. Bush versus Ross Perot. George H. W. Bush, he went into the debate and talked about reforming social security and all these kind of wonky things and Bill Clinton went in and he said, I feel your pain. Directly understanding how people are suffering, understanding how people are undergoing financial pressures. The esoteric argument almost always loses in. Debates, almost always loses in political conflict. Donald Trump is the best at this. Donald Trump back in 2016, especially he made the otherwise abstract very personal. He talked about crime. He talked about drugs. You talked about wages. He talked about jobs, talked about manufacturing plants. Talk about winning. Where Hillary Clinton was very abstract and in the clouds. Democrats, because they are the hyper elitist party, are acting much more like George H. W. Bush in the early 1990s than Bill Clinton did. You see the

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US agency softens opioid prescribing guidelines for doctors

AP News Radio

01:02 min | Last month

US agency softens opioid prescribing guidelines for doctors

"Government health regulators are easing some of the guidelines that had doctors reluctant to prescribe opioid painkillers in some cases where they were needed Medical professionals say previous guidelines issued in 2016 did a good job reducing opioid addiction But in some cases denied patients proper pain treatment I've seen the profound impacts pain can have on someone's life And I've also seen how that light can be transformed when a patient is able to access safe and effective care Doctor Christopher Jones heads the U.S. Centers for Disease Control's national center for injury prevention A pharmacist he says there had to be a better balance Flexible tailored patient centered care rather than a one size fits all approach Doctor Jones says the new guidelines also work to address racial disparities in pain treatment saying patients who are black tend to be undertreated with medication However safeguards on opioid prescribing are disproportionately applied to black patients I'm Jackie Quinn

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Kari Lake Holds Her Ground Against Biased Reporter

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:49 min | Last month

Kari Lake Holds Her Ground Against Biased Reporter

"To this exchange yesterday between a reporter and Carrie Lake and this astounding answer she gave to this reporter's attempt at a gotcha moment of Arizona candidate Republican Kerry Lake. From CBS News. I don't know if you've seen this at attacking you. Which one, which one? Which one, Chris? The mother of Brian's Signet, the capitol police officer that died the day after January 6th. She in an attack ad is saying that people like you specifically are responsible for her son's death. I'm curious what you think when you hear that. What's her name? The mother of Brian sicknick? Yeah. And I think it's Cindy's second. Cindy, I just want to say to Cindy sicknick, I'm so sorry about the death of your son. It is tragic. I'm a mother, myself, and that is, it breaks my heart. That is a wound when you lose a child. No matter how old they are, that never heals. And so I don't want to disparage her. She doesn't know me. I wasn't anywhere near the capitol on January 6th. And I understand that her son died. I think the following day of a stroke or natural causes. And I feel for her. And I see the pain in her eyes. And I would never try to disparage or hurt her because I know when a mother has pain like that. There's no way to heal that. And that's why I feel for these moms and dads who hit me up on the campaign trail and they grab me. And you can spot them from across the room. There is a loss in their lives that can never be replaced and we're losing thousands of young people when they tell me they lost a son to fentanyl. When they lost a daughter to a fentanyl poisoning, this is why we are pushing so hard to secure that border and stop fentanyl from pouring across.

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Doug Examines the Governor's Race in Oklahoma

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:58 min | Last month

Doug Examines the Governor's Race in Oklahoma

"Turn to one now that is, I think, in the end is going to hold for the Republicans, but it is far closer than frankly, it should be. Mayor for Allen, who was the governor of Oklahoma, run in 2014. She won by 15 points. Kevin Smith, who is the current governor of Oklahoma one by 12 points just four years ago. And now this race is a dead heat. As far as polling goes, it's a dead heat. This is also one of those races where the national environment is, I think, affecting an inversely a little bit. Kevin said, he's been a great supporter of not only Republican conservative colleges, but also criminal justice reform, making sure his state is getting the most bang for their buck as far as when it comes to punishing those who do wrong. But yet also making sure that there is a way for them to come back home to get jobs to stay out of jail, all things that conservatives should be about. And it's really interesting in this race you've had the Democrat joy hofmeister who has been attacking Kevin Smith for basically doing things that Democrats have talked about for a long time and that is reintegration and using criminal justice system to actually help people break the cycle of violence and break the cycle of pain in their own life. This is a very much of a disappointment and the idea that from governors actually taking a stand on issues that matter, Republicans have got to come together in this race. I think they will. Mark Wayne Mullen is on the Senate side here and he's going to win and cruise to this election fairly easily. James lankford is well. I think this will pull this into the Oklahoma governor's race and that you'll see when this one. But

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Core Scientific Sliding Toward Bankruptcy

HASHR8

02:25 min | Last month

Core Scientific Sliding Toward Bankruptcy

"Let's just go through what we know so far about core scientific course scientific is the largest North American publicly listed minor. It has about 30 X a hash with about half of that being self mining and then another half being hosted for other companies. Of course, scientific has about 30 X a hash online is the largest North American listed public minor about half of that exa hash is its own self mining operation and the other half is hosted for other companies and now all of that could be crumbling down. We're not quite sure what this entails. Like compute north a few weeks ago, we saw that they went to chapter 11 and those assets were put up for sale in some instances in other instances. So it looks like compute north is running them. Oftentimes the chapter 11 can mean that users just restructuring companies, sometimes it means that you're selling everything in the company will dissolve. We don't even know if they're in chapter 11 yet as well. This has not been a filing for that. It's just a notice about their finances, not being in order. And then they can not make payments on their debt for October and November, of course, scientifics ticker did not respond well to any of this news. It's down about 80% on the week and it's down below 20 cents per share this morning looking at Yahoo, which is incredibly rough. I think it's actually done worse than its spac number at this point, which is pretty tough. And in fact, only in January of this year. So it's been a bit about ten month run. terms of their debt and finances, they have about 500 million in assets, those assets might be a little pumped right now, just based on the assets being measured a few months ago. And mining markets have definitely gone down. And then bills are also quite high about a $1 billion. So there's some tough stuff going on with them. Matt going to hand it over to you. Yeah, we've talked about you've heard about minor capitulation for a while now. And we don't know if this is the moment of maximum pain yet, but we have to be close, right? The biggest hosting provider, the biggest self minor, you said around 30 X a hasher, somewhere around, I think, 15% of total hash rate right now. I mean, this is a behemoth. And the mining industry, right? And likely chapter 11, bankruptcy is around the corner. I think the story here, like digging into some of the numbers and some of their filings, it sort of seems to me like interest payments was a major factor here.

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Your Powers of Prayer

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:57 min | Last month

Your Powers of Prayer

"A selfish person. I admit it. I know I'm selfish. It is one of my many flaws. I'm very selfish when it comes to the subject of asking people to pray. One of the things I always remind audiences and we did it on the battleground talkers tour. I always talk about reminding you about the power of prayer. When my wife was sick, we shared a lot of those stories. You prayed for her as I share often. The whole year that she was sick, she never cried, she was never scared. She wasn't in any pain. And while it didn't have the outcome we wanted, I believe she was strong and our family was made strong through your prayers. Last year, my kid was in a terrible head on car crash. And I shared that with you, even showed some pictures of the accident, the destroyed car and Trevor in a wheelchair. He had both of his legs were shattered in his arm and his ribs and everything else. And I asked for your prayers and Trevor has made a complete recovery. He is doing absolutely great. He's teaching away. He teaches 5th grade special Ed kids, and he's a great dad, and he's an absolute, amazing young man, and he has made a complete recovery. Prayer works. Prayer, works. I have somebody I love very deeply, who is waiting for a medical result and will know tomorrow and I'm confident that the news is going to be good, but I'm going to ask you for your prayers. For somebody who means the world to me and trying to get emotional, but I'm hurting for them and I'm but I'm confident that the news is going to be good and we'll know in about 24 hours. So do me a favor and please add this very special person to your prayer list for me because again, I'm selfish that way.

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"pain" Discussed on Living to 100 Club

Living to 100 Club

05:37 min | 9 months ago

"pain" Discussed on Living to 100 Club

"The challenge is here now that when everything in the body for the most part, if we just look at this from a broader perspective, it's going to heal in about 6 months. Most people will agree to that. And after 6 months of time, and of course, depending on the kind of entry some things are much shorter than that, if an individual is experiencing pain from that earlier stage through and past the time where the tissue or whatever the bones or whatever have healed, if they're continuing to experience pain, the pain now is not associated with the tissue healing. So now it is actually its own entity. So the pain now is persisting even though the tissue has healed. And that tissue or that pain has now moved into what we would refer to as chronic pain. It's important to know this because addressing chronic pain is very much in many ways a completely different animal than addressing acute pain. Certainly, when you look at medical treatments for acute pain, that's the case, right? So if somebody came in with the bone was still at the area where the bone break was was still hurting, the doctor would not after 6 months to a year put a cast on it at that point, right? So there are certain things that we would not do. But in chronic pain, there's oftentimes a misunderstanding of what chronic pain is and sometimes there is oftentimes therapies and treatments that are used in chronic pain, which generally are ineffective because they're really should be reserved for people with acute pain. So there's a mixing of kind of using the wrong treatments for the wrong time and that becomes an obvious for obvious reasons it's going to lead to a lack of results because you're using the wrong tool for the job. Sure. So different approaches depending on which condition it is. So that's helpful description. So basically the acute pain should subside with proper treatment and cast and whatever. After 6 months, plus or minus, and what you're saying is when it doesn't subside and there's the healing is done, but there's still pain. That's what evolves into chronic pain. Exactly. There's no more healing to be expected during the chronic phase. Well, not in the classic sense of in particular, we're talking about, let's say, tissue damage. Where there's been an injury, a car accident or something occurs, right? So that tissue is pretty much done. It's 6 months. And again, there's some flux there, depending on what you're talking about. So if it is delayed, it could still be acute pain. I mean, if the healing is not completed. Yes, and it depends on what it is. If somebody comes in and says, I pulled the muscle, you know, and it's been a year and a half. Well, that pain doesn't serve the function anymore of protecting a muscle that was pulled over a year ago. And, you know, we could bring this to something that's very common, which is large chunk of our population is dealing with chronic low back pain, for example. And sometimes at one time or another, I'll have clients who will come in and they were initial bout of back pain, had been diagnosed 6 years ago, 7 years ago. And they had an MRI done, for example, and the doctor said, well, you have a disc bulge in your spine. But then the narrative is that the person comes in after all of these years. And they will tell me that they're back still hurts because the disc has appealed. And we know that that is not true. The research is pretty clear on disks that basically can bulge and reabsorb all on their own in a matter of months..

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"pain" Discussed on The Pelvic Floor Project

The Pelvic Floor Project

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"pain" Discussed on The Pelvic Floor Project

"And so it's like the the person's living longer longer with the discomforts and yes and usually hold for the gynecologists referring to physiotherapy which could have done been done earlier Because i think totally. And i think that we just knowing that i feel very comfortable knowing when i need to send to a specialist. Yes you know what i mean i would never. I feel very comfortable knowing when you need to see someone else and so it's not that you can't see a gynecologist or urologist after. Ucs would also. What else do you want people to know. That are listening to this as far as how you know. They can advocate for themselves. Yeah that's a really good question. Because i think that's part of what's what's what's tricky is that a. I think basically just what you said. Seek out a physiotherapist. That's that's Vulgar pain aware. Because if you go to your family physician and they're not aware they may misdiagnosed or underdiagnosed. Sores or in the neck may only add to your frustration and four physician intervention for this condition for vulgar. Pain bake can be helpful if a woman is hypo estrogen and she needs some estrogen. Cream is of your postpartum and breastfeeding orrin. Prime minister ause menopause but often there isn't really anything prescription medication wise. That's necessary the only time. We're seen the numbing cream. Be helpful is if a woman has unprovoked pain. So she's constantly evolving owner constantly in pain than the cream can help it gives some breaks throughout the day but if it's only on provocation the numbing cream actually doesn't really seem to do much and we're gonna win you often anyways so physician if they're not aware might add to the frustration and we're working hard on getting Physicians more aware. And i've actually part of a Vulgar paid working groups. That's just started in vancouver with the head of the mobile pain clinic in vancouver and with some local physicians to rebuilding a primary care tool kit for family physicians.

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"pain" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

Dishing Up Nutrition

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"pain" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

"Sunday's going to be a great day for grilling. So really, yeah, the take home message here is that food matters. And food can be so healing for us if we choose the right kind of food. All that said, I want to dig into fats a little more before we reach the end of the hour. And I just want to give you a little bit of biochemistry if you don't like science, don't get scared 'cause I'm not going deep here at all. But I know some people like to get that biochemical connection. So when we think why do we even need these healthy fats in our diet when it comes to pain and inflammation? Well, if we look at the biochemistry of it, if we were looking at the cells that make up our body and keep in mind, we are made up of trillions of cells, whether it's heart cells, skin cells, lung cells. If we were to look at those cells under a microscope, you would see that every cell has this outer protective coating. That's called the cell membrane. That outer protective coating is made up in large part of the fats that we're choosing to eat day in and day out. So if we're choosing the healthy fats like the extra virgin olive oil and Nikki's favorite, the butter. Then that outer protective membrane that cell membrane is going to be strong. It's going to be pliable. It's going to allow communication to take place between the cells as it should. On the other hand, if we're eating mostly the refined vegetable oils, like the soybean oil and the corn oil, then that cell membrane, I always picture it as being kind of junky and crusty. It's not strong. The communication between cells is not happening as it should. And then in over time, the inflammation sets in because of that unhealthy cell membrane and the pain is soon to follow. At this point, you're probably thinking, wow, that's a lot of healthy fat, a lot of different options. I want to highlight one more that we haven't mentioned. And that important, healthy fat is omega threes. These are the fatty acids that are very anti inflammatory and are critical to include in your diet and to help decrease inflammation and pain. So where do you get these omega threes?.

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"pain" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

Dishing Up Nutrition

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"pain" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

"Stay tuned we'll be right back. Welcome back to dishing up nutrition. As we mentioned earlier, 50 million adults are suffering with chronic pain. You may have tried everything, maybe chiropractic adjustments, acupuncture and pain pills, but have you tried eating the weight and wellness real food way? I challenge you to make an appointment and start eating an anti inflammatory diet and see how you feel in three months. Set up three appointments and let's see if you are experiencing less pain and inflammation after those three appointments. Get a hold of your pain and try new treatment called real food. Call 6 5 one 6 9 9 three four three 8 to set up appointments at the times that work best for you. And so before brake Cassie was mentioning that we're not the only ones that are saying bad oils and sugar are causing inflammation. Roberts, crayon said, you know, he, that said, promoting inflammation, the things that promote inflammation excuse me are those man-made vats. So like Cassie said, the refined oils, soybean, corn, canola, vegetable oils. However, let's flip it and say, there's right kinds of bats that decrease inflammation. Anti inflammatory, heavy whipping cream, by the way, butter is my favorite. Happy whipping cream is. Anti inflammatory avocado oil is anti inflammatory. Coconut oil is anti inflammatory. You're getting the picture, right? So there's a lot that are really healthy for you and anti inflammatory. Olive oil is very anti inflammatory. So stock your cupboards with these anti inflammatory oils. Olive oil is actually written up in a lot of research articles as being anti inflammatory for your body. I mean, you've probably heard of the Mediterranean diet that's basis on that healthy olive oil fat. And healthy, you know, the fatty fishes. Isn't it interesting to think about the fact that we can improve our joint health with healthy fats? I mean, that just is magical to me. Let's change pain, eat fat, okay. I'm in. Sign me up. And it works. We both know from personal experience and from clinical experience it works. And just listening to you here Nikki and you're focusing.

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"pain" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

Dishing Up Nutrition

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"pain" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

"But before the hours over Nicky and I will be sharing some meal and recipe ideas that hopefully will help to get you started eating in a way that's not only delicious, but that will help you to start and ease that inflammation. So Cassie, what is another food that people really love that unfortunately breaks down into a whole lot of sugar? I am gonna let you decide that one. I'm gonna I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but it is pizza. Yes. It's hard to believe but pizza actually contains a lot of sugar and man-made damage fat. So you get the double whammy. Double whammy. And people say sugar, you know, it's not sugary when I eat it. Well, they actually add sugar to the sauces and to the crust. So there is, and sometimes the meats, too. Not to mention all the white flour in the crust. Exactly sugar. So you have that double whammy. So how many carbs and sugar are in pizza? Two slices of pizza has at least 45 grams of carbs or when we're looking at those spoonfuls of sugar, 11 teaspoons of sugar, and it's all processed. And most of us let's be real don't stop at two slices when we have pizza. No. No, so you're probably getting even more than those 11 spoonfuls of sugar. So well, that really is a great lead into this article I came across and preparing for today's show. The title of the article is pizza sales skyrocketing during COVID-19 pandemic. And here's what this article states. It says the love for pizza has gone through the roof during the pandemic, whether it's getting them delivered, grabbing one from the freezer section or grabbing a slice to go sales have skyrocketed. And that's the end of the quote from that article. And, you know, we could probably spend a chunk of time talking about why, why did the pizza sales go through the roof? Maybe it's because restaurants shut down for a period of time. And so people started doing takeout instead. Maybe it's because the extra stress that the pandemic brought on made people turn towards comfort foods and for some people that was pizza. I don't know. I think the reasons behind it can maybe vary, but the point is, a lot of pizza has been consumed during the pandemic, so ask yourself, have your aches and pains increased during this COVID-19 pandemic? And if so, is it the pizza? Pizza is a hard one for people to give up. I think that's one that I hear a lot with clients. And I think for myself to, you know, being a former pizza, probably Friday night ritual person. So if you have a Friday night ritual of pizza, having pizza with you or your family, how do you break that habit? Think of it this way. So we have to just change that mindset. If I eat pizza, my back is going to hurt. My knees are going to hurt. If I eat pizza I might get a headache and feel really bloated. So how are you going to break that habit? If you experience pain, headaches or bloating when you eat pizza, is it worth continuing that Friday night pizza ritual? As a dietitian, I want to offer some healthy pizza recipe alternatives because some of you are going, but that's my family night. That's like our thing. So we have a couple of pizza recipes on our website that provides some flavor of pizza with all the processed carbs and sugar..

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"pain" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

Dishing Up Nutrition

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"pain" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

"This is our first time on air together and I know it's gonna be a great show. It's gonna be an awesome show. It already is an awesome show. So good morning to you, Cassie, good morning, obviously, to our awesome listeners. I am going to start by sharing an eye opening statistic with all of you. 50 million Americans suffer from chronic pain. That is a lot of people. Chronic pain affects more Americans than diabetes, heart disease and cancer combined. Wow. Yeah, that is huge so much so that I really want people to hear that. Chronic pain affects more Americans than diabetes, heart disease, and cancer combine. So pain is obviously a very big problem here in the U.S.. The questions we want to address are, why are so many Americans suffering from chronic pain and what can they do to reduce pain? That's the big one. What can we do to reduce pain? When you have pain and inflammation, do you ask yourself what did I eat? Now, probably not. I don't think most people because as we mentioned earlier, the dietitians we don't learn that. So when I saw patients, you know, in the hospital and they complain of pain, I didn't say, well, I didn't record. Well, what are you eating? Let's try and figure this out. I didn't connect the dots, so I worked here at nutritional we eat and wellness and saw the correlation. When you're thinking about managing your pain, maybe your mind does not really go there to what foods you've been eating. Perhaps your thoughts, well, perhaps you think, well, my mother had arthritis or my grandfather. So I'm destined to have it. Also, I am one of those people. I had knee pain, chronic knee pain, from a very young age, and I just was told, well, everyone in her family has bad knees, and so I just thought, well, that's my future. Well, when I started eating better, that pain went away. Isn't it amazing? Of food. Yes, so maybe you're thinking too, I'll just use medication or ibuprofen to manage my pain, or maybe your thoughts are a little more severe and you're thinking, well, I'm going to have a major surgery on my knee or a major surgery on my back to at some point in my life to help relieve the pain. Today we want to think we want you to change your thinking about how to manage that pain and inflammation..

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"pain" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

Dishing Up Nutrition

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"pain" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

"If you're shaking your head yes right now, I can sympathize with you. And it's hard, isn't it? For some of you, maybe it's arthritis, maybe in your hands or in your back, or maybe you have joint pain in some other area. Or maybe you have ongoing headaches. Maybe like a lot of people you have fibromyalgia. So you have that all over muscle pain. If you have any type of ongoing pain, you're gonna wanna stay tuned this morning. You are in for a great show. Today my co host and I are going to be talking, first of all, a lot about the reasons why you might be experiencing pain and inflammation. And then we'll focus on nutritional solutions. And we should mention, too, and this might surprise some people that environmental toxins can sometimes be the source of the pain. And I think one good example is the recent wildfires in Northern California. They've been causing more lung inflammation for people with asthma and other types of breathing problems. And in fact, we've even heard reports of people who have never had any lung issues in the past now having trouble breathing because of the toxins in the air from the wildfires. So sometimes it can be environmental factors too. And as registered dietitians at nutritional weight and wellness, we are well aware that there are a lot of people in this country and country dealing with pain and inflammation on an ongoing basis, but I also think that a lot of those people aren't even aware that their food choices could be the cause for that pain and that inflammation. It's true that what we eat and what we don't eat can really affect our pain level. Yes, Cassie, that's so true. Knowing this is the critical first step. The foods you eat can either increase your pain level or decrease your pain level. Before I started working at nutritional weight and wellness, even as a dietician, I did not realize what I ate affected pain level. We weren't taught that acknowledged to connect those diets. I think back to my schooling and I'm sure you went through many of the same types of classes. There really was a disconnect between food and how our bodies react. Exactly. But nutritional weight and wellness teaches that connection. And if you are somebody suffering from chronic pain, I know what you're thinking, relief is everything that is so true, especially when you're in those moments of intense pain, you just want relief. So doesn't it make sense then to learn what foods you can be eating to help reduce or lessen some of that pain and inflammation. I am hopeful that all of you listening want to know how to change your eating so that you can have less pain. So for everybody out there listening that has that chronic pain and inflammation again, today's gonna be a great show because we're gonna focus all on what foods increase pain and what foods decrease that pain and inflammation. And with that, I am Cassie weenus. I'm a registered and licensed dietitian. You heard her voice here just a couple of minutes ago. My co host this morning is Nikki dorin. She's in studio with me today, Nikki is also a registered and licensed dietitian. And I'm gonna say good morning Nikki, but I'm also gonna say I'm so excited to be here today..

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"pain" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"pain" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"In style for kids there's active wear and backpacks from the top brands like nike adidas under armor. And more and grown-ups there are beauty. Must have since stylish accessories to help you move forward to your new normal so go ahead find it all at kohl's or kohls dot com today with some made whole foods. Natural sweetness opens a world of imaginative snack. Take us we or sour adventure with thirty races. Knacks chill on creamy delicious yogurt covered raisins and for ultimate yummy trice. Moore's granola by because son made sacks goodness really is delicious get a taste that sunday. Dot com slash. Imagine that don't miss out on the top stories from the best insiders around the nfl. I'm your host rent lewis and on the nfl inside report podcast. I'll go around the league for in-depth analysis in storytelling with a multitude of exclusive. Nfl insiders getting unmatched access game. Recaps the biggest news in in-depth storytelling that take you beyond the headlines. Multiple times per week all on the nfl inside report. Podcast listened to nfl inside. Report on the iheartradio app on apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. Here's a question for you guys. What something you wish you knew before you had kids. So here's something we saw on facebook. Okay i have three kids. And there's a lot i thought i knew but i had no idea about having kids if i could tell my younger self one thing about having kids. I'd say that you're going to have to learn how to do some serious serious scheduling. It's all about working on their schedule. Not yours okay as a parent. What advice do you give your friends who are about to have kids. Yes steve. I recommend false to kill right out the gate. Send yourself through this right here. I don't know what i knew. I looked in the foster care. I just wouldn't not aware of the program but output mine in it. I put mine in in into foster care. Just let him build character from now. 'cause i know a lot of people that came through the foster care system have a lot of driving. Good greek know how to overcome winning game. South ass laugh shooter. Put them into the program system. That's my recommendation. Anybody having kids but you have your nephews differently. Disown will because i'm telling you it. Don't make no for the key to be much medication. That no nethon then peels real data. Whatever you have to take them. We don't take the appeal did. Adhd if you don't take you in for a world of hurt. I'm telling right now. A world of hurt field. Take the appeal. Get yo ass off the couch. I'm sarah of sarah ma'am. He just knew he didn't know i got a call. One time to teach me no land. Could you come up here because your nephew was standing on his head in kona why they take the tip. Asean take the kids. I'm so sorry. Ma'am i just disown. Don't even come on nephew. You have kids. Give them to your mama and daddy defers eighteen years. Just sit back and just watch just letting mom and dad handle somebody that nobel kids does this give them away and sit back and watch and why her mom and dad. Do you watch when mom and dad was raising you. Sit back and watch this day. There yourself all said the same thing basically way too much work is nothing adult should be saying like. Why don't you get the dog leg. Got your mouth. Dow jo- sorry family hair. All you go here is a bunch of. He did what they did. what what what when. Why ways all of us if all of us have kids other than shirley in college sherline caller with tail you raise a key is love. And all this internal truth. Our philosophy doesn't work ish years a pain user. First of all your life will never be. The same is not yours anymore now. Is you get to fit some of your life in around there. You got first of all you got to feed them. Dress them carry them. Hold everything dear. When they do learn how to walk. You gotta follow behind. Ask because ain't no telling what they do what they list the wrong out with no on afternoon put he paying stop disadvantage there. All right guys thank. We'll have of the steve harvey morning. Show coming up twenty minutes after right after this. You're listening to morning show before you even wake up. News for today is working for you. The weather will affect your plans for the next few hours even the next ten days and what you need to know to get ready for your day no matter how it looks where you need to go how you're going to get there the stories you need to know for the day and showing you great things happening in our community. Whenever you're ready to start your morning we'll be ready for you. News today is working for you. Hi everyone i'm and i'm co hosting the podcast. Sos cuba alongside my friend journalist. Jose the as balart. We're discussing the history of our beloved cuba and what led to the recent protests in the communist run island and why people are calling for change. A group of special guest weigh in on. What's next for our that guana. Listen to our weekly show. Sos cuba on the iheartradio. App apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. Can't get an football then. Look no further than the gm beat podcast. Join me. k adams alongside nate burleson. Peter shrager kyle grant for daily breakdown of the league's biggest stories between game plan breakdowns and fantasy tips. We've got you covered for all your football needs. We got recaps re tweets and reaction to all the wild moments. You might have missed on and off the field. Listen to the good morning. Football podcast weekdays on the iheartradio app on apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts..

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"pain" Discussed on StoryCorps

StoryCorps

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"pain" Discussed on StoryCorps

"Communicate. And you've taught me the power of love. You really helped me see that. Not only do. I know what your needs are but then i know how to meet them. I'm glad i wanna thank you for everything because if you would not have pushed me. I don't think i will be anywhere near where i am right now. I'm a certified mom on my life. Then i got you and we've been. It's been bumpy. But i'll be here. I know you go. That's jade rhone speaking with her. Mom statia parker in philly..

"pain" Discussed on Cautionary Tales

Cautionary Tales

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"pain" Discussed on Cautionary Tales

"Core or leaving us emotionally scarred. Our colleagues jack mcdonald and mark leary. Have sort of survey made different languages to see is this. A universal thing is the specific to the english language and they found pretty universal had earns where across all of these different languages. You see people. Using pain related words describe rejection and they actually argue that we have no other way to describe experiences of rejection. Except with these pain words are language might heartache and heartburn together to our brains really experienced emotional hurt in the same way as physical pain. Naomi and matt decided to test this by putting people inside an fm ice skater and then having them play cyber ball the couple then looked the parts of the brain that were more active when people got rejected. The answer came one fateful afternoon. When naomi was beginning her data analysis in a shared graduate student office which meant that naomi wasn't the only one looking at brain scan results. My office made at the time she had done a study looking at pain. Serious pain like this was in irritable bowel syndrome patients who were being stimulated in various ways so this was real painful experience. Naomi and her office meet both had pictures of their subjects brain responses up on the screen. When matt walked in when he looked back and forth at the two computer screens he was shocked. He couldn't tell which set of results was which the brain responses of people who are in bowel pain look just like the brain response of people who were rejected and cyber ball the results took the neuroscience community by storm and made many scholars realize that we hadn't given the pain of rejection the scientific attention it deserved humans are set up to value connection to values social connections so much that our brains have figured out a way to use circuitry. That's typically there to keep us from injuring our bodies to keep us from feeling physical pain that seem circuitry is being used to make sure that we don't get cut off from others to me. That's a really amazing thing. And sort of helps normalize some of the intense fears that. I might have of rejection like okay. That is part of how we have evolved in humans to play an important value on social bonds. That the possibility of having those bonds broken really does put us at greater risk in maybe as why our bodies respond in this really intense way to the possibility of being separated from others. You know one of the takeaways from this is that you know in. Our society were were kind of wired to take everybody else's physical pain very very seriously like. Oh you sprained your ankle. Let's get you somewhere to get. That treated right away and we tend to look at other. People's social pain is something that's kind of like. Hey that's your business just like take care of that. Don't let that interfere with your work or your class worker. Whatever it is and the thing is is that the brain probably doesn't differentiate them in the way that were treating them and so i. I think it's probably made me a bit more sort of empathic. But neely and matt's findings also got thinking about creative ways to alleviate the pain that feeling jilted can cause the couple's brain findings suggested a straightforward but also incredible possibility if the brain processes rejection like a painful physical injury. Say a kidney stone. could the same drugs. We take to stop physical discomfort also. Protect us from social hurt. What if you prescribed pain medicine for people who had social pain. Wouldn't that be hilarious. Like it was almost going to be a punchline in a talk but we never thought it would work so we never ran that study but nathan dwell a professor psychology at the university of kentucky. Thought it was worth trying out. He gave his subjects pain. Medication acetaminophen the active ingredient in tylenol or a placebo pill for three weeks. Participants in both groups were asked to fill out a nightly survey on whether they'd felt teased or hurt by other people during the day he also had a smaller group of these subjects. Perform naomi and matt cyber ball brain scan task. What happened by the ninth day of treatment subjects taking acetaminophen or feeling less hurt by their daily rejections than subjects. Taking the fake bill. Their brains also showed less activity in those same pain regions when playing cyber ball so it looked like there was really evidence that the app is physical. Pain killers seems to be having an effect on social. Change him it. It is really important to include the warning label. which is that tylenol actually quite toxic. So when when. I talk about this with large audiences. I always tell them this because people are like oh cool. The next time. I get rejected. I'll just take a bottle of tylenol and that will kill you. People should not try to do this at home in self administer because it's actually dangerous. I just want echo matt here again. Do not take an aspirin or tylenol or any other painkiller to ease the hurt of rejection. it is dangerous. Do not do it. Never ever seriously not a smart strategy but neo man. Matt's findings do provide an existence. Proof that there are ways to turn off the pain of rejection when we get back from the break. We'll see that. There are some safeway's to late ourselves in the people. We love from the pain of rejection. We'll learn that we don't need a drug to alleviate the heard of being jilted but we do need to get the right strategies to make sure our rejection cuts. Don't get infected. In fact we'll talk to a scientist who's come up with a host of simple strategies. We can use to fight our heartaches and feel better. Cautionary tales is sponsored by better help online. Therapy there are glimmers of light at the end of this long twisting covert tunnel. 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"pain" Discussed on Science Friction

Science Friction

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"pain" Discussed on Science Friction

"Bobby's on welcome to science fiction. Natasha mitchell here. With belinda smith on so hungry you and me both. it's smells so good. What's on the menu okay. So it'd be here on the lips. We have some lamb which i've marinated overnight in lemon garlic and rosemary now domain to be rude. But you know. I'm not going to eight that well. Luckily for you. I have accommodated your vegetarianism and on the rights. We have some halimi bed. Oh yeah loon me. I love live me but look miss meal that we're preparing on science fiction this way. It kinda presents a dilemma for you. It really does. I look at these shops. And i think yum but also i love animals and the photo of them being pine really. It's my heart. So i spoke to write your anka ni. Who's a professor at the university of adelaide who researches this kind of thing and i asked am i alive now so there's actually a name for it. It's not just about pain but even knowing that they had to be killed to become your meat right. And so it's known as the meat paradox. Something we've done some research on my colleague who's a psychologist also does research around what's the cognitive dissonance. In fact that many of us create to be able to be meat eaters and so in some part what we find is people either. Don't think about it when they're choosing to buy prepare consumed me or they they in some sense how themselves stories about the humane conditions under which the animals have been kept now here in australia. You know there are very high standards of animal welfare but there are still some puzzles around how we could make practices even more humane and pain is one of those areas. I think that presents a lot of opportunities for trying to do even better.

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"pain" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"pain" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Great thing about fasting. As fasting stimulates autophagy genes were body recycles damage components. So fasting itself is is very anti inflammatory. Whenever we eat food we need food. We are bringing. In bacteria in different potential pathogens and so our body creates more inflammation so the act of eating is more of an inflammatory act whereas fasting by nature. Because we're not eating. we're not increasing insulin. And insulin will activate inflammation because of that. it's inherently very anti inflammatory. One of the best ways to reduce inflammation is to do a fast and fasting will stimulate self-healing through this process of autophagy where our body will break down tissue cells and organ cells within the tissue like meadow conju that have been damaged by oxidative stress. Miscavige great impact on pain levels as well as chronic disease and things like that and so on a regular basis really good idea. Do intermittent fasting and so there are many different ways of intermittent fasting. If you're in chronic pain. I would really recommend doing something like you know a sixteen to eighteen hour fast daily and then once or twice a week doing like a full one day fast or even like a thirty six or forty eight hour fast possibly once a week doing a little bit of a longer fast can really help down regulate pain and stimulate morale tafa g and help you get

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"pain" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"pain" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"Me thank you. I love you our first guest in twenty three years to bring his own sound effects should have done. That's going to be a disaster. Just feel very positive things. I gotta start by asking you about the npr concert. You went into the tiny desk concert. Yes when he fifteen. It became at that point. The most watched tiny desk concert ever more than twenty four million views like that. But i i just recently watched it again. And you seem to be a little confused as to where you are would exports so the story behind that the look on my face was one. I'm just naturally ugly I had no idea what i was doing. You know my manager was like you're going to do. Npr insane like you got to like sing songs and stuff. They didn't say any of that. And it was just like you gotta go do. Npr's i'm like. Okay cool so. I can go hungover like freshly smoking cigarettes. I was smoking cigarettes at a time. Since quit. i really thought. I was going to do like an interview and you know when you think. Npr you'd take really close up to the mic talking and this is how this is going to go this week and we have pain coming in and we. I didn't know what was going to do. So yeah. I didn't think that it was gonna be three hundred people staring at me singing songs with nothing going on and in anticipation for it to be bad and not only and i love this. Was it the most popular tiny desk concert ever but everybody was so blown away that they invited you back to do a concert at npr on the anniversary. And you think. I would have been prepared for that. But you're smoking cigars you yeah. It's just like ours. But no i had a sinus. Infection isn't an sinus infection. Just nature's auto.

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"pain" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"pain" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"Bearings or from moscow. The pittsburgh steelers a twenty four hour jubilee of wealth spilling which one of these is a real good time in pittsburgh. I'm being pulled toward being with the magneto thing. But i think i'm going to have to trust my gut and go with literally unit with literally. That's amy's story. Well we actually spoke to someone. Involved with the real pittsburgh pastime. The league was. I guess a way to bring people together to deliver collection and i guess have some fun. That was doug clark. Captain of the team waist deep. That's w ast of the pittsburgh litter league congratulations or other. You've got it right. You've earned a point for amy and you have one prize. The voice of your choice in your voicemail. Well done sir awesome. Thank you so much. Well that's really great. Congratulations man and good luck with the college thing. Thank you nuclear chemistry gen z or even thinking. Robert take care all right. Thanks now the game where people who are iconic do something ironic called not my job. I guess this week is a multi-platinum winning deejay singer producer. Rapper whose collaborated with everybody from econ to taylor. Swift popularized the use of auto tune in pop music and one the first season of the masked singer but none of that is important. What's important is that he taped one of the most popular. Npr tiny desk concert ever t pain. Welcome to wait wait. Don't tell.

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"pain" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"pain" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"Dads deserve more than just one day. They deserve to be recognized every day. That's why they have tons of awesome gifts. Dads are gonna love year round from outdoor entertaining to team apparel in assessories to watch baseball. Hats and fur doors to active wear from top brands like nike adidas under armour. You'll find all his favorite things at kohl's so shop now at kohls dot com. It's the perfect way to thank all the dads in your life. I'm laurie santa's. I'm a psychology professor at. Yeah and i started to notice that a lot of my students were all that happy. So i created a new class longtime everybody to psychology and the good life. But it's not just my student who need to understand the science of wellbeing and that's why we launched the happens lab so you can learn about it too. Are you ready to feel happier head to the i. Heart radio app apple podcasts. Or if you like to listen brought to you by discover- discover something writer. Attention young men between the ages of thirteen to eighteen years old. This steve harvey virtual mentoring program is on this father's day weekend with special guests. Including jesus. The la lakers star. Jalen horton tucker terrence j and many many more. So steve you. During your mentoring session jewel you found that the boys are dealing with so much pain because of the deaths of so many young black men right. Yeah yeah so baharan all some special men to help with it. Oh it's going to be a panel call. Pass the pain past the guest. Australia tracy martin. He's the father of trayvon martin's fault aubrey. Right father of dante. Right and michael brown senior father of michael brennan. So i'm going to have these me in order to help these young man because they dealing with so much pain with all the police They dealing with the the absence of their fathers in their lives You know it's just a lot man that young men deal with so we we address In meaning program on so many levels so if you have a boy between thirteen and eighteen Please invite him. You can go to steven marjorie. Harvey dot or for more information about where you can stephen margin harvey foundation dot harvey foundation dot org. Yeah all of that gets to it but if you look it up and give you more information and just come and join us. And then i'll be a helen's on somebody infamous some of the speeches myself but is really great We did during the pandemic six million boys standing virtually what caused it was virtual so we have boys globally so doing the pandemic. We reached six million dollars. Were looking at lawson. That's a lot of people. It makes a difference in these young men's lives because they have to have somewhere to go somewhere to let it out to to let people know how they feel because they aren't dealing with lots of trauma and all of that because of this also is just important in here. Different voice a different idea of what man who has really is as opposed to what's presented to them out in the streets always presented to them. Oftentimes you got to hear what a real man sounds like it. What it looks like at a lot of our speakers are men who look like them and sound like them and can relate to them in a lot of guys. I have speaking came from fathers homes themselves and can help them deal with coping. With the fact that they def- the isn't active in their life. A lot of these boys come on. Dad be active in their life. But as many will be were dads apposite life important thing and you had your dad active in your life until i was forty. That's what me i started to. Foundation went out of my father. Toss forty three. And when i was looking at them and the casket at the funeral i came to the conclusion. If it was not for that do right there. I wouldn't be who i am today. I was already on television already. Making money already had been able to do things. My parents that was in casket said no is no way. I'm here without this dude. So how men who don't have fathers. How did he get to winning. When i was on the plane going home. I said man stop. I thank god you do. Great story steam. So young men please go and register now at harvey foundation dot org okay. All right switching gears here. It is time for today's headlines. Ladies and gentlemen miss an trip. I can't thank you very much. This is andrew. Put the news. President biden is expected to sign the measure today designating june nineteenth as a federal holiday juneteenth marking the day in eighteen. Sixty five that enslaved africans in texas found out they had been free and they were the last to be told in their slave. Masters certainly weren't going to tell them. Got them all work out of them but again this is the twelve federal holiday and president biden is expected to sign following his three hour face to face with russia's vladimir putin yesterday president biden said that. He did what he came to do. He said that the to discuss several topics including cyber attacks which the fbi says are coming out of russia which putin denies and human rights. How could i be. The president of the united states of america and not speak out against the violation of human rights told him that unlike other countries including russia. We're uniquely a product and an idea. That's why we're going to raise our concerns. About cases like alexei navalny. We hold the true self evident that all men and women. We haven't lived up to the completely but we've always included more and more people are as the case of to wrongfully imprisoned american citizens paul whalen and trevor read. I made clear that we will not tolerate attempts to stabilize our democratic elections and we would respond. I told president putin that we need to have some basic rules of the road that we can all abide by. Mr biden says while they were differences that the tone of the meeting overall was positive putin referred to the president as professional on capitol hill earlier. This week twenty one members of the house of representatives all republicans voted against a measure. That would have awarded congressional gold medals to us capitol police and other members of law enforcement Who were there during the violent attacking occupation by donald trump supporters. last january. The rest of the house okay. The bill anyway Then number was four zero six to twenty one. it's just those twenty one. Republicans voted against it. Now goes to the senate and then goes to the president And he's expected to sign that as well. well have a of going on here The haters until yesterday on like this but because of a survey conducted by a health charity for young people the most respected member of the royal family right after the queen is actually megan. Markle the survey of people between ages thirteen and twenty five gave the queen twenty six percent of the vote. Harry and meghan came in second with twenty one percent then way down kate and prince.

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