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Fresh "Painful" from Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

00:40 min | 51 min ago

Fresh "Painful" from Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

"Was a significant chance that as certain point, I would get engaged. Within the next year or so nice, classic religious dating. And I didn't want to put anybody into a situation where you know I'm posing my class engaging pictures on facebook and all of a sudden. She is now catching flack from their students from. Other people with the from general political. Whatever you know I didn't want to that and I didn't WanNa put them through that the truth, and so it was, it was a painful break up from Makoto. I think it was something which was. Very, telling about the fact, that kind of a lot of the shepherds if we're being blunt. Preferred to let cheap like me and other potential students of mine. Kind of go a little bit more stray or be able to take care of the rest of the flock. For me, personally, it was real experience of saying you know. Once I command the clouds, and I'm no longer their core constituency I no longer considered someone who has a right to stand up, you know. All of a sudden might tour was worthless. So, that's pretty hurtful. I've since repaired on an individual basis or relationship with a good number of ice. Both there in general, and since.

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Fresh "Painful" from Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:37 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh "Painful" from Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

"A deeper dive into the stories you need to start your day with fewer commercials. This is Thursday, the ninth of July. Good morning. I'm Wayne Cabot. Thank you. For joining us. Our local states are finding ways brand new ways to reopen certain things from malls to restaurants. But with filters and masks and maybe a few prayers because based on the latest national figures We might need them. CBS News update another painful milestone for the Corona virus. Klein There are now more than three million cases in the US one million in the past month alone. KOVR TV's Anna Giles is in California's Sierra Nevada, hoping 19 will not let up. In South Lake Tahoe City leaders just decided to close the boat ramps to slow down visitors. The town accounts for 17% of the county population, but has more than 50% of positive cases. Justin Perry and his family came here from L. A. Get some sun and, you know, not be all huddled up in claustrophobia. Hard hit Brown County, Florida is putting re openings in reverse Mayor Dale Holness. We're going to require that each restaurant has no more than six people at a table. That they closed for end. Dining at 10 PM in the night, local health officials Lincoln least 82 covert cases to a Christian sleepaway camp in Missouri CBS News Update. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. Governors. Cuomo and Murphy are weighing in Cuomo, saying he's going to have the final say about when kids go back to classrooms. Hours after Mayor de Blasio declared schools will be open in the fall with blended learning. With kids taking turns go into classrooms no more than three days in a given week. So when will parents and kids know what the plan is? About a month under Cuomo's timeline. Governor's Cuomo and Murphy or finding ways to make indoors more like outdoors so that select malls and restaurants could let people in immediately to long Ivan Malls announced they will be able to reopen starting tomorrow. After Cuomo said those with certain filtration systems will be considered safe. The best filter we would like to see installed is what's called the Merge 13. It goes to the density of the filter and what it can actually filter out. Murph, 13. Filters out the coping virus. Some systems can't take Merv, 13 so it's either 13 12/11. But one of those three filters and then we have ventilation protocols and the mall. Reopening date is July 10th. Shall I tent That's tomorrow. And the news literally gave goose bumps to the Nassau County executive Laura current Roosevelt Field Garden City will open tomorrow followed the next day by Broadway Commons in Hicksville. They've been close since March 19th. In New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy has found a way to bring outdoor dining indoors. In a sense, we will be allowing areas explicitly allowing areas with fixed roofs that have two open sides comprising at least 50% of the total wall space. It could be considered outdoors in light. Of their airflow and the governor's taking steps to deal with one of the worst public relations disaster of his office. And that is the painful reopening of motor vehicle offices bidding. What has been frustrating at best a nightmare. At worst, we check in with Marla Diamond, Marla. And the way we are outside the NBC office in Mana Hawk, and we were here on Tuesday, where the line stretched all the way around a long strip mall. 200 people deep Well, two days later, the line outside the embassy resembles the wait for concert tickets or hot sneakers. Hundreds spending the night sleeping in lawn chairs. Michelle Williams of Toms River is one of them. We should have expected this. There's so much more than I could have done. I don't know. I mean, I've heard from the motor vehicle workers that they're only allowed to work for for 30 and that's because a lot of people were complaining about. You know, why not extending the hours? Why not? You know, letting people come out a little bit earlier to get the paperwork with glowing. There's no. It's just business as usual and with Colvin and being closed for four months. It's not business as usual, Murphy says to ensure that NBC offices are not understaffed. He will be exempting those workers from furloughs and the offices will remain open on Mondays in July. Offices will be closed this Saturday. But beginning next Monday, they will be open six days a week. And we're live in Mana Hawk and Marla Diamond. WCBS News Radio 8 80 All right, so the lines are still bad, Kind of like waiting for a Furby back in the day. Well, Stock futures are mixed right now. Joe Connelly is here with the morning Big money story, And.

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New York Police Department's budget has been slashed by $1 billion

Morning Edition

03:37 min | Last week

New York Police Department's budget has been slashed by $1 billion

"And that means a new New York City budget. The City Council voted shortly after midnight to adopt Mayor de Blasio EOS, $88 billion budget. It was a plan that only passed after weeks of protests back and forth between council members and the mayor and a lot of finger pointing. City agencies across the board will shoulder painful cuts due to covert related revenue losses and costs. But the most intense negotiations leading up to the last minute were about cuts to the NYPD. We're joined now by WN reporters Yasmeen Khan and Glen Hogan, who's actually at City Hall where police have moved in, and things are a little bit tense. She joins us on Skype. Morning, Gwyn, what's happening there? Good morning, yet they're you know. Throughout the night, protesters had taken some of the city blocks around the occupied city hall. But then, as the morning came, they went back into the plaza to fortify the boundaries. And now No, I'm about 1/2 a block away where there's you know, I would say a couple. You know dozens. If that, you know, 100 or maybe more police officers who are lined up right here they have shields batons. Andi was sort of a tense standoff that's happening. The activists are urging people to remain calm and not agitate not to throw things. The mood is pretty festive, but you know, it's one of those moments. I could flip on a dime and become violent. Yes, Mein. The budget negotiation is always kind of a dance. But this year, the overall budget was cut significantly because of the public health crisis. Can you give us the broad strokes of this new fiscal plan that takes effect today? Yeah. Hi. This budget process is painful carry, you know. Earlier this year before the public health crisis, the mayor proposed a budget that was more than $95 million we're down to a plan that about 88 billion So there are deep cuts across city agencies. As you mentioned. This is a budget that doesn't draw on city reserves. Onda does fund some important program. You know, the city has a restored funding for summer youth jobs. The budget, address his food and security, and it restores the school counselor program for the highest need kids. But the city actually still needs to find another $1,000,000,000 in labor savings between now and October. Otherwise, there could be layoffs of Abducted 22,000 city employees. Community advocates have called for a least a $1 billion cut to the NYPD and the mayor said he'd get there. Yes, I mean, where does City Hall in the council land on this? It's not quite a 1,000,000,000 or it depends on how you view a cut versus moving money around and you know the people who wanted major cuts. To the NYPD wanted savings that could be reinvested in young people and in communities of color. So this was a debate about providing resources that promote public safety. Just not her policing. So what? What they landed on with that that some personnel under the beady will now go to other city agencies like school safety agents will gradually shipped back to the Department of Education. There is a pretty big cut to the overtime budget for uniformed officers. There've been cuts in the past OT, though, that haven't really been met. There is the city will be eliminating a new class of cadets. Scheduled for July. So that's about 200 officers that won't start this summer. Otherwise, there is no hiring freeze for the NYPD, which is a real sticking point. For some people on the mayor does expect patrol levels to say the same. There will also be a new classic death starting in October, so there will be no officers added later this fall.

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How a Passion for Patients turned this Pharmacist into a Software Developer with Newvick Lee

Learn to Code with Me

05:32 min | Last week

How a Passion for Patients turned this Pharmacist into a Software Developer with Newvick Lee

"Went through all this work in effort to become a pharmacist. And then you left pharmacy like you know got a job after you laugh, too. So what led to that like? Regis defined it as fulfilling, or you just were very excited by software, engineering or Yeah! That's a good question. Yeah spent maybe like. Five six years in an industry including education. I think. The more. That's really monroe for me when when I made that program to all the made finding prescription due dates. Preceding that that's program. Bring down the task for like two hours to less than the second. I. I can't tell you how amazing that was. Like it was so painful just looking through every specialty. Bro And finding that but being able to do that in just in just a short program. I thought that this is. This definitely I wanNA. Do in the future. Yeah. That's really cool and. You wrote that I program. What language technology re using some also thinking? Aren't there a lot of? Regulations like in pharmacies like imagine with their computers like things you can and can't do. So Dea it. They have lots of obstruction on the computer, but this was just a local, so I wrote it in Python and there's a local script. It didn't require any. External. dependencies in I didn't look for any other API's so I I just donald a spreadsheet file from our local pharmacy software and plug that into the firm Python program, and the on saw local, and there's nothing to worry about on security side. Gotcha I'm just laughing. Because I'm like imagining like in other jobs or other professions, you could just bring the work home with you, but it's like you can't just bring home like people like I'm sure. It's like sensitive data. Right that you're working with. Other. Same last name address and everything's all there, so you can't really take home, but. You're able to do it at the at the pharmacy while you're working and all that. Yes, keep it to that story, Yeah! Just for context for myself in the listeners. How long ago is this like when you first started coating when you're still working as a pharmacist? How many years ago at this point or pretty recent? Yes Oh. It's Today is the first. One full year that I've been at this company, and then the MRI her I saw been working. suffered the bubble for two years now. Yeah and I think I started just in these in opponent projects. Three years ago. So took me about a year to get. Re Yeah, yeah, exactly like you said about a year when I was working as pharmacists to feel comfortable to looking for a job, and I've been working as a developer for two years gotTa, and then how long were you pharmacist for? Awesome for two years, oaks about the same now right like seeing amount of work experience from pharmacy to announce a software developer torture. Gotcha okay, so we just got your background with the pharmacy in in all of that and your first job. which now you're not there. You're working at a SYNTECH company, right? Cool, so were you planning to work in Fintech? That sort of just come about because I feel like. Some of your experience would be really helpful in like a med tech kind of industry. Yes so that's that's another good question. So the eighty first company went down I. Actually had to go through a job, looking process and actually interested in metallic. How tap that sort of thing because? I thought okay, I do have A. Background there and that interest there, but the thing was when I started the appointees. I met second how companies they required. Either a lot of suffer experience or a lot of research, clinical experience and I had. Neither. So it was difficult to to get into that soul, I started looking into other companies that I thought I had a shot at and this company turned out to be a great fit for me. Go for Culture Wise, and also lies got it. That's interesting about the clinical experience. Research experience at the health. Tech MIDTECH. Quick Sino, could you? Is there a difference between those two things? I love talking about like the different sectors technology. Is There A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MED? Tech in health tech. Some people police Actually I don't think there really is a difference in my point of view. Yeah, I, mean I. Don't know I. I was asking I was like. Okay. Could be medicine, maybe or to the health could be like me. Look physiotherapy or something. Yeah, yeah, that's a good point. Maybe helps more broad. YEA like. Fitness APP or something, or like the thing I always get commercials for Num num the weight loss. You know talking about Donald State. Have as many on I have Hulu, Hulu live TV, and I swear like. Every break! There's a new commercial which is like I guess it's an APP that uses psychology to help you lose weight, but I feel like that's kind of like I guess it was developed by. Doctors by must be yet like health. More. Health Tech

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Are You Addicted to Being Busy?

SoberSoul Recovery: Addiction, Sobriety, and Beyond!

05:44 min | Last week

Are You Addicted to Being Busy?

"About what happens when you have absolutely nothing to do. Do you feel anxious just thinking about that? Are you stressed. Are you worried underneath? That thought that you'll be unproductive or waste time. And does the thought of having no plans Kinda. Hurt your stomach a little. What if I add on? Be, careful here unplugging. My God. My heart just leapt a little. So we must be honest with ourselves. And take a look at how we are moving through our days. These conversations that we're having around being aware. That were quote wasting time, and then beating ourselves up silently of course about. Wasting time? And then we morph that idea into. How then do we become more productive sewer optimizing our time? We're scheduling our time and then. I hear all the time that. Statement. That I'm crazy. Busy I say it to when I say I'm crazy busy. It means that I'm crazy. Busy from ten am to five PM. And then I shut my staff down. For the most part, it becomes a little difficult when I'm trying to get more than eight hundred thousand followers on Instagram, but you now I'm. A work in progress. Are you a slave to your inbox. INBOXES are nut so crazy and I don't have a ton of people. Me for super important reasons. But I do find myself checking and wanting to clear my ex of junk mail. That's a little worrisome. Another question I ask my peeps is. Do you feel guilty when you only crossed that one thing off your to do list? and Are you often losing sleep because of those things that you didn't cross off, let me interject that this whole idea. This compulsive ity we have around being productive and doing more things. As a little wonky when you think about. The technology that we have is supposed to save us time. Why do we feel like we need to fill it with other things? I want a slow nope. I don't even want to slow. The role. I would like us to be aware that. This does not bring internal happiness. And as long as we continue on this path of the freeing up of more time, must then be filled with productive or meaningful or purposeful work. As opposed, to purposeful being. Hanging. Reading. Then I. Think we're headed for big time. Trouble or my Biz as we say job. Security S Mental Health and addiction counselor. I know that's not supposed to be funny, but I thought I'd throw that in there just for you know. Oh well. Okay so I am going to read you a list number one. Are you always looking for something? This is not always menopause like myself, forgetfulness or other things it can be. The stress Hormone Cortisol, which we have seen the panacea drugs for, but this actually makes us forgetful so when we're stressed out combined with sleep deprivation. That's eight hours or less for me, then we become more forgetful. Are you a little grumpy moody? Getting angry over littlest things? That's also a sign of overindulging in too much productivity. Yeah! I just said that. You're not getting enough sleep. You're not engaging with people and having fun. You're doing for the sake of doing. Are you waking up most days? Feeling tired morning, fatigue is one of the surest signs that you're overworked, overstretched and over scheduled. Are you frequently experiencing headaches I? Personally suffered from stress migraines. They were happening when there was a lot of change. In my life I never had a migraine headache before then, or since that period, which is pretty spectacular in my world because. It was painful for those of you. WHO SUFFER MY HEART? My heart goes out to you because that's a very difficult thing to live with in the last item on the list is. Do you constantly feel of vague feeling? Of Unhappiness. You can't quite pinpoint what it is, but most days you feel pretty heavy and you me,

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Why Do We Get Bags Under Our Eyes?

BrainStuff

05:08 min | Last week

Why Do We Get Bags Under Our Eyes?

"When I was growing up, I had a science teacher named Mr Thayer. He had these really deep set eyes with dark circles around them and loose baggy skin underneath at the time. I thought his eyes were really cool like they made him. Look wise and knowledgeable, and now I'm probably the same age Mr Thera was then and I've got bags under my eyes, but they don't seem as cool now. They just make me look tired all the time, but here's the thing sooner or later. All of us are going to have them. We all get bags under our eyes. So what causes them anyways? And how should we treat them? Them, well, there are lots of possible causes for what scientifically known as para, orbital, hyper chromium, but the most obvious one is aging see, we may not like to talk about this in certain circles, but we all have fat above below and behind our is for cushioning. This is in case. Something slams into your I like say a fist. The fat will take most of the blow and save your SCO from some damage, but as we get older, the Septum orbital ligaments in our skin decompose, and all that gooey fat pushes down, and out in the skin, loosens into swollen puffy bags, and this thin weeks skin exposes the tiny blood vessels underneath making our fat. I bags. Look Darker. Also as we lose volume around our is our orbital bones are exposed creating a kind of depressed gutter, revealing our eyes sockets. If you've already got forward, said is in receiving cheekbones. Those gutters are going to look even deeper, and there are reasons other than aging that contribute to these lovely dark fat bags under our eyes genetic help if your mother or father have eye bags, you probably will to also any kind of fluid buildup around the is is going to make the bags worse because fat cells are mainly made of water sinus infections from. For instance, which I often get stretched the skin under your eyes, even more also crying right before bed, which I often do has the same effect when you get bags under your eyes from fluid retention like this there most noticeable in the morning, other causes of water attention under your eyes can include salty food and premenstrual hormonal changes, and let's face it if you're up late. Burning the candle at both. Both ends that doesn't help either neither does a lack of exercise, but if you're really looking for something else to blame, those dark circles are sometimes caused by an excess of Melanin pigmentation deposits in the skin. So I know you're all out there, wondering but Christian. What's your secret? How do you treat your bags? Well? Of course, you can always cover them up with makeup or you can turn to. To your friendly neighborhood doctor for needles and SCALPELS 's for instance, dermatologists often inject wrinkle fillers with awesome names like Juvenile Durham and wrestling under eye muscles to reduce their baggage mix that with some bow talks, and you'll look years younger. It's only a couple thousand dollars every eight months, or you can spend big and go under the knife for surgery. The official name is Blah Ferro plastic and how it. It works is the doctor makes a few incisions in your eyelid melts the fat inside of there, and either removes it or repositions it sometimes they even add more with fat grafts, then they tuck in the remaining loose skin and use lasers to firm it up, sounds cool right, and if pigment is your problem, they can blasted with intense pulse lights to destroy your cells and smooth out your skin. Okay so maybe you're thinking now. Christian I don't want someone to stab me in the eyes or Christian I'm cool with the stabbing in the burning, but that surgery sounds awfully expensive well, here's a couple home remedies I can share with you if the bags under your eyes are from fluid retention rather than aging, you can cool something like a cucumber slice or tea bags and place them on your is. The cold will restrict your blood vessels and reduce the swelling. Some people. Cream made a fish cartilage compounds to. To keep the vessels from expanding in the first place, you can also try sleeping with an extra pillow to elevate your head, so the fluid just drains out of your face while you're sleeping or change the position you're sleeping in like if you have one of those weird one droopy eyelids, that's probably because you sleep on your side and gravity is taking effect. People put all kinds of stuff on their eyelids to reduce swelling everything from vitamins to Henry Cream, and some recommend that you quit cigarettes and put sunscreen. Your eyes because both smoking and sunlight can weaken the Collagen in your face and cause premature fat bag sagging. So here's the deal. We may not like the bags under our eyes, but they're usually harmless, but if you've got swollen, red, itching painful is, you should probably go see a doctor.

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Coca Cola gives up on social media advertising entirely

CNBC's Fast Money

02:20 min | Last week

Coca Cola gives up on social media advertising entirely

"We've actually got some breaking news here. Coca Cola pausing advertising on all social media, the companies saying there's no place for racism on social media so coca-cola, just the latest company in addition to her. She's in addition to Unilever earlier today, announcing that they are going to halt advertising on social media, and of course, this is a direct team at facebook which has been under pressure because of this flow of advertisers deciding to support this boycott Tim. extraordinary. Wow, the follow through here again. Give credit to the early stage advertisers, but when I hear this. I think I know it's very difficult. TIME FOR AD dollars. Every media company is assessing that and going through potentially painful time, although if you listen to facebook and their numbers. That was the extraordinary thing you really hadn't seen in effect, but there are other options. There are other media companies that are hearing this news. FACEBOOK's loss is their gain and again singling out social media as being a wild maybe. You know untethered environment of uncertainty in terms of the messaging. Advertisers want to control the messaging and the context in which their ads are placed they may be able to do that and other places. I'm not well-versed in the crisis management companies here in the US who knees, but I would suggest that facebook higher one this weekend, and that's not in a vacuum. We talked about this earlier in the week and we said. Those companies on Tuesday with I won't be the last, Coca Cola. That is a huge huge deal. and. The fact that he mentioned proctor and gamble earlier I mean it's no Bueno. Is they say I mean you gotTa? You gotTA. Think that there are a fortune five hundred companies, S. and P., five hundred companies this weekend that are going to be meeting and reevaluating their avs, ben whether or not they're spending on social media, and on Monday. We started the show with when the LEVEE BREAKS PK. I don't know about what Monday brains. All Over the LEVEE. At this point, it's broken. I mean you. You know companies like Coca, Cola and Hershey this. Is it you you as a corporate board member as a CEO cannot? CanNot continue on. You have to go along binds be of what Apple closed their stores for cove. Everybody followed behind I think Monday morning you're going to see a lot more people pull out of this advertising on social media facebook in particular

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Noose found in Bubba Wallace's garage stall, NASCAR says

Get Up!

11:41 min | 2 weeks ago

Noose found in Bubba Wallace's garage stall, NASCAR says

"Now? Mike Greenberg Bristol with you this morning. And as I said right off the top of the show, I would have loved to have started with any of those today, and we certainly will get to the mall, but we begin with an absolutely despicable story coming from the world of NASCAR. In this developing story, a noose was found in bubba Wallace's. Stall at the NASCAR race in Talladega Alabama yesterday less than two weeks after Wallace led efforts to push NASCAR to ban the confederate flag NASCAR announced the news last night well after the race had been postponed due to inclement weather, and said it was launching an immediate investigation here. was there statement late this afternoon? Nascar was made aware that a noose was found in the garage stall of the forty three eighteen. We are angry and outraged, and cannot state strongly enough. How seriously we take this heinous act! We have launched an immediate investigation and we'll do everything we can to identify the persons responsible and eliminate them from the sport. As we have stated unequivocally, there is no place for racism and NASCAR, and this act only strengthens our resolve to make the sport open and welcoming to all while himself tweeted a statement last night, which read in. In part today's despicable act of racism and hatred leaves me incredibly saddened, and serves as a painful reminder of how much further we have to go as a society and how persistent we must be in the fight against racism. As my mother told me today, they are just trying to scare you. This will not break me. I will not give enor- rely back down. I will continue to proudly stand for what I believe. In Allah Marty Smith is covering this for us in the scene in Talladega. He joined us an hour ago. The News in Bubbas garage stall was actually seen by a member of his team. Darrell Bubba never saw it. He never saw it personally and win. That team members saw it. He alerted NASCAR. And Nascar immediately had a meeting of its senior executive staff, and they made the decision that they were going to remove this person from the sport as quickly and rapidly as possible. This was not a situation where a fan might have meandered in on this because there were no fans in the garage. So what you're looking at is you're looking at team members. You're looking at officials. You're looking at potential security. You're looking at maybe cleaning personnel that have access to these garage areas. Again! That was Marty Smith with US earlier. Lebron James among many who posted messages about this. He tweeted sickening Wallace, my brother! No, you don't stand alone I'm right here with you as well as every other athlete, I just want to continue to say how proud I am of you for continuing to take a stand for change here in America and sports at Nascar. I salute you as well. Well Sprint Cup driver Michael McDowell added. God help us the level of evil. It takes to do something like this is disgusting. This is enraging and heartbreaking all at the same time Dale. EARNHARDT Jr. tweeted simply a hope of a wins it tomorrow again. The race will be run today. It was delayed by weather yesterday, and as I bring Steven A. and Marcus into the conversation here I'll. Repeat that the area in which this was discovered, there were cameras all over it should be. Relatively easy investigation for the NASCAR officials to conduct, and we are standing by for any information live from Talladega Marty Smith will bring us anything as soon as there is any further news with that thought in mind, Stephen. We've not yet had a chance to say good morning to you I. I just want to give you the floor here. What are your feelings and thoughts as we see this story developed from last night? Well I. Mean I think that for me? Personally I'm a little bit different than the kind of sentiments that have been expressed by a lot of people, because obviously you find this reprehensible and disgusting, and it's incredibly sad, and we get all of that but there's a forgive the the figurative smirk that might end up covering my face or draping my face because to me. Me It's just folks displaying the ignorance, and the more they put it on display, the more it enlightens a lot of people in White. America about what Black America has been telling them about for so many years decades spanning centuries for crying out loud. This is not new. This is something that we've known existed for all time. This is something we know we'll continue to exist. And there is no way around it and so this there comes a point in time where you have to accept that reality one of the things that I would encourage everybody to go watch. If you get an opportunity, you can go on Netflix. You can watch that documentary thirteen by EVA do vernay along with others, sensational job of address mass incarceration in the United States, of America one of the things they highlighted. Is that under the Nixon? Administration where you're literally talking about you know White folks that are hippies and you associate them with marijuana and you associate black. Black folks with crack cocaine, and as a result of that will ultimately galvanize folks in your favor, because they'd be scared to death, and you'd be hearing words like law and order ad, nauseam that was in the sixties for crying out loud in two thousand and twenty, and we're hearing the same thing now. You just have to open your eyes. You have to pay attention to the parallels you have to. You have to pay attention to the correspondence. That's taking place right before your very eyes throughout history, we have had people that have been adroit at light laying low. Controlling the narrative, manipulating the narrative switching things to their favor, all in an effort to maintain or to retain power. It's something to kind of thing that has been taking place in. Usually they've been incredibly skilled at remaining in the dark and saying it's then it's not us, it's them. It's not us well guess what are coming to light more and more in this day and age I find that a cause for celebration, not a 'cause. You know to be saddened by anything. The I find these to be. Beautiful tops as difficult as it may be the fact that I nation appears to be becoming more enlightened than ever before and ultimately as a result. We're coming together. I find that to be a huge plus not a minus. If the ignorance has to show itself, and if the ignore, it has to showcase themselves in order for this to happen coming out of the dock to me. That's of course was celebration Marcus. Stephen. That's what I alluded to earlier man just come on out. Show us who you are, so we know how to deal with you and everybody. That's four. Right knows how to deal with you. Look listen, this is. There has been. We've been having this conversation for a long time. I mean we had this conversation we had. This conversation went capped kneeled about police brutality. We talked about racing all of them and man you. You look if you look around and social. There were people literally Oh twitter last night. Say A BUBBLE! Did this for attention? What what are you talking about like? It's not. It's not unfathomable that someone could do that. We sold Jesse's me. Make reference to that because people can conjure up things to create narratives to make people overreact. That's why saying earlier. Estimate I'm not doing this emotional. Rollercoaster I'm getting off of it right like I'm nuts and bolts to was going on. There is progress that needs to be made in this country I'm focusing on that progress that needs to be made. That's what bubble wireless is focused in on a by making his statements in Nascar. That's a lot of athletes are focused on a lot of people in society in general of focused on making sure that we draw a line between racist people and people that one good for everybody. That's the bottom line. Look for as much as this is egregious and the things that have transpired for low type. I grew up in the south light. It's not. An uncommon for me to see racist people are know what it looks like or even even be surprised or shocked about certain things that tend to happen. The bottom line is this. I'm often emotional roller coaster like if you racist just be that come out publicly and be that enlist separate that and you be a part of the minority port society that we want to get to, and we think we already are at so all of that being said I'm with Steve Day like in this bringing a lot of people to the light, and the hateful ones are fighting their battle because they see slipping away. Score you're not GonNa hear me say this very very often, but I wanNA give major major kudos to a Lotta. White folks out there in America because if it wasn't for them, protesting and marching with black individuals if it wasn't for them, you know engaging in the kind of of of you know resistance to whatever level of oppression we as black people have been feeling this nation I. Don't think some of these folks will. will be coming out I. mean listen the back. In the day. They used to wear the sheets and used to cover the identity and their faces that we didn't know who the hell they were by virtue of that now. Some black people, a lot of black people will tell you they exist in corporate America. They could be the very people that you're working for the very people that you're talking to I happen to be. Be Blessed we happen to be blessed to not certainly not have that at this company is because we've seen the actions on the part of our executives. And what have you over continuous basis? Elevated level of sensitivity that this place has shown throughout the years deserves to be commended. There's always work to do. There is no perfect place. Make no about it, but I'm incredibly proud to be a part of the Walt Disney and And specifically the ESPN family in that regard having set all of that I'm in the minority, because the reality is vast people, there's a vast number of people of African. American descent in the United States of America that feel subjugated I wouldn't go so far as to say enslaved, but feel subjugated by bosses in corporate America people that say all the right things when the cameras are rolling, but behind the scenes they engage. Eight your and the conduct. Subjugation that they devote their voiceless. They don't have a voice in that regard, green. Marcus knows exactly what I'm talking about. And so because of that because of these times that we're living, what we're seeing is a populous within the United States of America that sees the dramatic shift, and there's so appalled, and and put and taken aback by what they see transpiring that they can't hide their vitriol. They're coming out of the dock because they're being forced out of the dog. We as black people. People have to appreciate the fact that couldn't happen without a vast number of white individuals in our society standing with us and saying you know what we see where the hell you coming from. If we didn't see it before we see it now, and we're with you, so you have that other segment of the population saying wait a minute we lose some of our own here. Some of our own alternative guests and the poor in this noxious. We gotTA speak up and as a result. Of the dock again I find that a cause for celebration doesn't bother me at all. If we wore, we wore. Let's get it on. I liked that. I want to leave it there for the moment again. Marty Smith is standing by Talladega. If there is any further information on the investigation, we will have it for you immediately, meanwhile, Steven as going to stay with us here for a few more minutes, and we'll get some football conversation as we go his feelings about the Dallas, cowboys have been well documented. This should be a very big day in Dallas. We will talk about it and why and then Lebron and other NBA players have until Wednesday to decide whether or not they're going to play. What should we expect? Woge will answer that question as we continue this out. GET THEM ON ESPN. GEICO. GETS YOU ACCESS TO LICENSED AGENTS? Twenty four

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Noose found in stall of Bubba Wallace at Alabama NASCAR race

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 weeks ago

Noose found in stall of Bubba Wallace at Alabama NASCAR race

"A symbol of racial heats makes an appearance at NASCAR just as another symbol has been removed from the sport NASCAR says a noose was found in the garage door of the only black driver working full time on the circuit the discovery was made yesterday incomes less than two weeks after Bubba Wallace pushed NASCAR to ban the Confederate flag from its tracks and facilities the racing weaponization says it is investigating how the news got there and says it will eliminate those responsible from the sport Wallace has responded to the news planting calling it a despicable act of racism and hatred that leaves him quote incredibly saddened he also said it's a painful reminder of how much further we have to go as a society and how persistent people must be in the fight against racism I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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The Contradiction Of Time During And After COVID-19

Trent365

01:59 min | 3 weeks ago

The Contradiction Of Time During And After COVID-19

"A few short weeks ago in what now seems like a distant past time didn't really matter to me I had all the time in the world. I was on lockdown. The. Only time I was actually allowed to leave. My house is when I. Went to the supermarket, and that was a painful experience. It took a lot of time I had to wait. I had to queue I had to sanitize limited numbers. All of those issues were real frustration, but it didn't matter because I actually had plenty of time. But now fast forward a few weeks to where I'm back to my kind of back to my normal work routine. All of those experiences like the supermarket like any sort of shopping like going to a restaurant. All of those things are still now taking a lot more time. The differences item and have the time all those procedures. Those soap's those social, distancing the queuing the limited numbers the sanitize ation measures. All of those things add time to that experience, and so now I'm thinking really really hard about whether I need to make that external triple. Not do I need to go to the supermarket. Can I do online? Do I need to go to the restaurant? Can do it online. I think as businesses. Time once upon a time pre co vid. Time was always an important issue force then during the Cova crisis. We kind of felt well. It didn't really matter so much anymore. Time wasn't critical anymore, but I can tell you from experience as someone who's only been out of lockdown for just a few weeks. It's amazing how quickly we get back into normal routines out normal life. And those frustrations of time I gonNA. Come back to us so time is still going to be a major motivator in people making purchasing decisions so in your business think again about how you can save your customers time because time is going to be important after covid just like it was before cove it.

The World is Watching Us

Why It Matters

03:46 min | 3 weeks ago

The World is Watching Us

"Why it matters spends a lot of time discussing how things that happen around the world of us at home. It's kind of our thing. But today we're GONNA flip that around because the killing of George Floyd, the protests against police, brutality and systemic racism, and the administration's response are not only unfolding here in the united. States the world is listening to and depending on where you are, the echoes can sound different. To better understand how this is playing out, we turn to two American journalists who've spent their careers. Reporting abroad will ask them to give us their own thoughts and experiences, and to describe what America looks like right now through the eyes of those who are watching from afar. They told us to places Africa and Hong Kong. I'm Gabrielle Sierra and this is why it matters today. Diplomacy starts at home. This kind of reminds me how throughout history and on I've studied history and political science, and throughout history, America's goal and mission of trying to go around and promote democracy and human rights around the world has constantly been undercut by how they treat minorities and particularly African Americans at home. I'm Keith Rich Berg I'm currently the director of the journalism and Media Studies Center at the University of Hong Kong, but I spent most of my career about thirty four years as a reporter and correspondent for the Washington Post. During the Cold War The old Soviet Union. Propagandists used to take great pleasure in pointing out. How Black Americans were treated in the American south during the Jim. Crow, era. Know the propagandists during the Vietnam War would like to point out how American blacks were being treated that we were not able to really as strongly as we wanted to stand up against the apartheid regime in South Africa in its early days, because the apartheid regime in South Africa was in many ways modeled on the Jim Crow segregation laws of the American south, so I think throughout history, America's stated mission and goal of promoting democracy and Human Rights and Roosevelt's four freedoms around the world have constantly been undercut by enemies who are willing to point out the hypocrisy of America's positions in America's promotion of human rights by saying before You Cup lecture US wanted you deal with their own problems at home. It's quite painful for me because I do have both experiences you know living in, America when Nigeria I do have both us. I've experienced racism in America. My name is Chico Odwalla. I am an independent multimedia journalist I am based in West Africa and I cover the entire continent for various international media outlets. Killing of George Floyd was very jarring. It was a wakeup. It was a brutal awakening for people who actually don't quite believe. Racism is as real as African Americans say that it is. You still got people who don't believe. It's that strong. Who believe that it's from the past that there have been many moves towards overcoming you know some people still believe that. America is a post racial society so for this incident. This killing of George Florida's like Oh. Actually it's still there and we saw it on TV we saw this guy breathing for his life for nearly nine minutes. So that aspect it is a rude awakening. It's really provoking some nations to look inward. Look at their own injustice for example in France. A people they're calling for an end to the chokehold that some police officers us, and so they're having debates on how to handle people

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The Big Easy (with Father Brad Doyle)

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

08:08 min | 3 weeks ago

The Big Easy (with Father Brad Doyle)

"I'm so excited for this because I. Admittedly have never been to New Orleans. Although many Louisianans. Oh, Lord, what's the Deborah and we're going to get into that I got. Using Indians Louisianans have told me like. Oh, you gotta get down there and have some shrimp to fe. experienced the joy of New Orleans, so. Yeah, yeah, I just allow me to bathe in the knowledge of the south. I was you in crab? Boil right now. Sounds a little painful. Be Baptized and Gumbo. Is that service you provide in your church Father Brad. I cook. I Cook like the other day. I went over in at a social distance, sat and and prisoners, driveway and boiled to Sachse, crawfish and like just gave it to him and sat at. It's socially distant. Right off, but so I I do do that, but they usually eat it. They don't pour it on their head or it on themselves. I mean that's the waste, so that's understandable. Who Hey please. The floor is yours Sir Nice okay, so we're gonNA start with pronunciation. Very while the city derives its name from the city of early-on, France. It's not pronounced that way or else people think you are conceded. I'm in New Orleans. So, it's some other mistaken. Situations are new, Orleans or even worse knowledge wins okay. That's very touristy. Okay, One's going around. Saying Nolan's in New Orleans like when we kept referring to Chicago is Chinatown. From What he says, so the best way to say New Orleans is just a smash two words together and just say New Orleans. Let's try like Toronto. Toronto Yeah Yeah. New Orleans okay, and if you live in new, Orleans you're a newer Linian. Okay important, okay, so history! I think it's historically interesting because it's. It's kind of very different from a lot of the country, our country. As is the case with most of the Americas the human history of South Louisiana begins with native Americans right. There were there. And the major tribes inhabiting the area, or the president. Of President of the Chitter Maka and the choctaw tribes, and what's cool is the chicken Maka are the only native tribe of Louisiana. He's still inhabit part of their ancestral land, so we still have people who are a part of the tribe that still inhabit where their ancestors lift our. And many of the rivers streets still bear their the language of the choctaw. For instance there's a street called Chop Tulips, which is just really hard to pronounce even harder to spell. But it is right there on the river, and a lot of stuff is on top of tulips now it's. Exploding section of the city and that's actually a choctaw word. It's not French anish or Haitian or anything. okay. New Orleans. As we know it now is the result of a French colony. Probably know that is founded in seventeen eighteen by Montreal Frenchman and this is you know. French people have these long names a John. Baptiste Lemond be in Ville. But we just call him. Be in Ville feels like a the founder of New Orleans. Chose New Orleans because of the high elevation like where it's at. It's actually has a natural levee where it's located like the French quarter now is where the original spotless, and it didn't flood during Katrina so the French quarter didn't flood. who was all the surrounding areas that flooded? Okay so the land itself is a natural. Levian protected it from the floodwaters exactly. Of Us. WHO. Are probably thinking well. It's at the mouth of the Mississippi right like exactly. something. It's it's not exactly right there. Most of the city. We'll get to that the geography of it. Or geology of it, but it's that section. He chose wisely I mean he chose it for a reason right, so it's a little higher than all the other areas, but it's near strategic waterways. Help it with its. It was considered a port at the beginning I. It's still is, but it was. It was supposed to be the gateway to. Louisiana territory. Okay, so in seventeen twenty two. It was made the capital of French Louisiana though it struggled at first we think of new. Orleans a super touristy, like a great place to go experience, culture and music, but that wasn't the case at the beginning. It was on the outskirts. It was very rustic There's a one of my favorite quotes from missionary priest. Who is there in seventeen twenty one? And this is his quote about New Orleans. He says it's a place of one hundred wretched hovels in malaria, sweat, thicket of willows and Dwarf Palmettos, infested by serpents and alligators. That sounds disgusting. Florida. Things are. A minus the malaria pretty much pretty much accurate even. Mosquitoes. So yeah, that was it wasn't. It wasn't always the tourist destination so and it was French colony until seventeen, sixty three, when very confusing land trades from treaties from the French and Indian war, which not going to explain it I don't quite frankly because I don't understand but that resulted in Spain so seventeen, sixty three Spain, the kingdom of Spain like the monarchy took over. and. They got the territory west of the Mississippi, so Spain got all the territory in the Louisiana territory west of the Mississippi. Plus, New Orleans in Britain got east of the Mississippi minus northern New Orleans this little bitty section. That Spain was like now we want that. which is kind of important because Britain? Never controlled New Orleans. They never controlled it, which is kind of like a point of pride for us. I mean with the French and British kind of beef, but but also because later, and we'll get to the battle in Orleans. We. We fought back the British. In the battle of eighteen twelve at the battle, yeah, that way you can twelve okay, so all in all New Orleans has been under the control of the following. People's the Chitty Maka the monarchy of France. The monarchy of Spain. And then it went back to the Republika France this is post, French Revolution Right Oh early eighteen hundreds and then. U. S. A.. And in eighteen O, three right with the signing the Louisiana purchase the first major event in US new, Orleans, history was in eighteen, fifteen at the end of the war of eighteen twelve, so US forces the militias of New Orleans so just regular new Orleanians like picking up arms, and even a pirate, so there's a famous pirate named John Lafitte. Have you ever heard of John Lafitte Yes, and the BARATARIA. There were basically I mean we were taking every body. And just throwing them at the British we're like we are not letting them. Take the French quarter. Okay, and so they they set up in this place called Shell met, which is really really marshy it's south of New Orleans. and. We fought them back in and actually they were led by Andrew Jackson so old hickory himself.

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Alok Vaid-Menon: Beyond The Gender Binary

LGBTQ&A

03:18 min | 3 weeks ago

Alok Vaid-Menon: Beyond The Gender Binary

"Much of the focus especially early on with about your femininity I think it would be easy to assume because like back then there was so much less visibility for non binary people like Oh, I'm just a trans woman. Are you able to describe what you're experiencing? FEELING THAT UTAH? That told you it was something else. I think for me. For a long time, I began to question I've never really spoken about. UH, so I'm glad that we're having it now. I begin to question is my femininity something that is organic, or is it something that was imposed? Because when I was young, my father left for a job elsewhere, so I was mostly raised by my mom and my older sister, and so traditionally male stereotypical roles or something. I never really imbibed like learning how to P. P while standing up or like just like sports. You know these things. I never really had that kind of socialization indoctrination in many ways I, was just treated. Ask like a woman and my family was very amazing is very amazing, so that when I was a little kid, I was wearing girl's clothes only exclusively, and it was never actually about gender was just about. Swallow wants to wear and so I. Think I began to feel like. Who What is organic like what is mind desire versus like what has been, and then I started to realize that that's a false binary, a really misleading framework because I don't think it's I. Don't think it's possible to separate the me from the US, and I think that that's both tragic and incredibly beautiful. We are like deeply enmeshed in culture in everything around dozen that surrounds us and so when. When I started to experiment may feminism. I'm removed any idea of purity, I removed any idea like authenticity, and I instead subscribed to joy meaning. Does this give me joy does not give me joy, and I thought about medical transition, and then I was like actually that would make me feel joy as I feel most joyous with like a beard, a full face of makeup lipstick. Mike amid skirt. And that's where I feel most me and I think that feelings for me as an artist so much more poignant than words, and so it's less about like I'm trans or I'm a woman, and it's more about I feel good and back then when you were figuring out that like this brought you joy. This didn't bring you. Joy I mentioned that visibility was so less for anybody gender non conforming. It feel like you're going about it. It alone. Yes, absolutely and I think what was even more complicated as I was one of the few visible kind of gender, non conforming people in the media at the time, and so I really had no precedent, and the instantaneously mine, coming into myself was also a public coming into itself, and that is something that I'm only now on the other side like six years later, really starting to process how painful that was because it was. was like am I really to be taken steps taking or may taking them because politically world needs,

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The Big Easy (with Father Brad Doyle)

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

06:09 min | 3 weeks ago

The Big Easy (with Father Brad Doyle)

"And welcome to misinformation true you podcast for ladies and engines who love Cool Trivia and sticking it to annoying teams a quiz where your hosts I'm Lauren and I'm Julia Hate Y'all. Hey, Hey, do you feel? Do you feel the presence of the Lord in this podcast today in this podcast today? Cast in House yes yeah. It might be because we have our first. Holy. Man of the cloth, a man of the cloth who I'm planning on calling every possible iteration of your holiness and Monsignor. Today. Today we have a father brad of the quizzical papist on Hello Father Brad. How're you doing? Thanks for having me on. We are thrilled to have you on so excited. father. Brad sent us an email and he is a listener, and he's not lying about that because he is a priest and can't lie. Entrap Bruce Lie, but I'm not lying about that. That is the one that's one thing. I didn't lie about okay. Great perfect, thank you, thank you for clarifying. And he is here to talk to us about some stuff, so father Brad. What are you? GonNa talk to us about today. Yes, so I was listening to a couple weeks back and y'all had an episode of Buffalo. Yes, and I really enjoyed that episode I I love when people speak about things they love, and they care about, and I really care about a lot of things, the faith being won right relationship with God, but also my city. Where my family's from my my history, our culture people know this on my podcast. I'm talking about Mardi Gras the time talking about music, I'm talking about food and and so I reached out and I was like hey. I think they would enjoy kind of deep dive into New Orleans. As an episode. I'm so excited for this because I. Admittedly have never been to New Orleans. Although many Louisianans. Oh, Lord, what's the Deborah and we're going to get into that I got. Using Indians Louisianans have told me like. Oh, you gotta get down there and have some shrimp to fe. experienced the joy of New Orleans, so. Yeah, yeah, I just allow me to bathe in the knowledge of the south. I was you in crab? Boil right now. Sounds a little painful. Be Baptized and Gumbo. Is that service you provide in your church Father Brad. I cook. I Cook like the other day. I went over in at a social distance, sat and and prisoners, driveway and boiled to Sachse, crawfish and like just gave it to him and sat at. It's socially distant. Right off, but so I I do do that, but they usually eat it. They don't pour it on their head or it on themselves. I mean that's the waste, so that's understandable. Who Hey please. The floor is yours Sir Nice okay, so we're gonNA start with pronunciation. Very while the city derives its name from the city of early-on, France. It's not pronounced that way or else people think you are conceded. I'm in New Orleans. So, it's some other mistaken. Situations are new, Orleans or even worse knowledge wins okay. That's very touristy. Okay, One's going around. Saying Nolan's in New Orleans like when we kept referring to Chicago is Chinatown. From What he says, so the best way to say New Orleans is just a smash two words together and just say New Orleans. Let's try like Toronto. Toronto Yeah Yeah. New Orleans okay, and if you live in new, Orleans you're a newer Linian. Okay important, okay, so history! I think it's historically interesting because it's. It's kind of very different from a lot of the country, our country. As is the case with most of the Americas the human history of South Louisiana begins with native Americans right. There were there. And the major tribes inhabiting the area, or the president. Of President of the Chitter Maka and the choctaw tribes, and what's cool is the chicken Maka are the only native tribe of Louisiana. He's still inhabit part of their ancestral land, so we still have people who are a part of the tribe that still inhabit where their ancestors lift our. And many of the rivers streets still bear their the language of the choctaw. For instance there's a street called Chop Tulips, which is just really hard to pronounce even harder to spell. But it is right there on the river, and a lot of stuff is on top of tulips now it's. Exploding section of the city and that's actually a choctaw word. It's not French anish or Haitian or anything. okay. New Orleans. As we know it now is the result of a French colony. Probably know that is founded in seventeen eighteen by Montreal Frenchman and this is you know. French people have these long names a John. Baptiste Lemond be in Ville. But we just call him. Be in Ville feels like a the founder of New Orleans. Chose New Orleans because of the high elevation like where it's at. It's actually has a natural levee where it's located like the French quarter now is where the original spotless, and it didn't flood during Katrina so the French quarter didn't flood. who was all the surrounding areas that flooded?

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The author of White Rage on the persistent pattern of punishing blacks for their resilience

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

06:18 min | 3 weeks ago

The author of White Rage on the persistent pattern of punishing blacks for their resilience

"Professor Carol Anderson Thank, you so much for coming on the PODCAST. Thank you so much for having me Jonathan, thank you? Okay so your your book, White Rage the unspoken truth of our racial divide. Came out of. An op Ed that you wrote for the. Washington Post in August of twenty fourteen in it was trying to explain to to people but white people in particular why the why Ferguson and the protests in Ferguson were about a whole lot more than the killing of Michael Brown explain, and and so that that op-ed really came out a watching the news in the did matter which channel I. Had you know which station whether it was FOX MSNBC CNN? They were all saying the same thing. Look at all this black rage looking all of these folks bird down where they live with that. That kind of Narrative A. Lack pathology piece running in there well I have lived in Missouri for thirteen years. I knew what that state had done to black people, and that was nowhere in that that media narrative of Ferguson, so I set up to ripeness fees to put that historical perspective in there. And to make clear that. Would have said in the piece. We are so focused in on the planes that we missed the kindling. Kindling owner, those policies that systematically undermine African American. Citizenship rights their human rights. And those policies often come in a nasty way. With African Americans have made some kind of significant advancement in order to gain their citizenship rights. And Bass what we were seeing so I set out to provide that hysteria historical context with also to make clear that if we look at the policies. That are coming out of White House and Congress out of state legislatures. Out of zoning boards. The. We're having a very different kind of conversation about what is happening. Whom you're? Key paragraph in that OP ED is white rage, and you mentioned white way rage recurs in American history. It exploded after the civil war erupted again to undermine the Supreme Court's Brown v Board of Education Decision and took on its latest incarnation with Barack Obama's sent to the White House for every action of African American advancement, there's a reaction a backlash, and to read that and and I want to really get you to dive in to the more expansive argument in your book, but what I took from from just that paragraph and especially the last that last sentence I read. Is that what we're going through? Even though it is painful, horrendous horrific. In, a lot of ways. dispiriting. We've been here before. We've been through this cycle before. Yes I, and and it's the. It's one of the things that just is astounding. Amazing given that you've got a nation that seems to wallow in the language of black pathology, if only black people were. Value Education then their schools would look like that. If only black people would not be folks and we wouldn't have had the police all over them. If only black people valued property, they couldn't have nice homes in only black people if Lately if only black people were just exercise that maybe the corona virus would get them so. So you get this language of black people, just not doing. But in fact when you look at the history, you see such incredible drives, such incredible resilience, such incredible creativity. That that amassing that creativity that refusal to accept subjugation. Creates this. Anger Within the larger white community that black people will not accept, subjugation would not accept bear place. And what you see happening them. Is that as these moments happen? You get this massive. Massive backlash, I'll take Brown Brown decision alone. We Harold Brown. Because of the way that it it drove is supposedly drove a stake through the heart of Plessey Ferguson is separate but equal. After Brown, you have states that have already been organizing to figure out how to undercut the Supreme Court decision, which would be the law of the land, so law-abiding for nigger now how to undercut. Below Lane. and. They came up with massive resistance where you have one hundred one Congressional representatives signing manifesto. Saying only do everything in their power. To to dismantle to block. The Brown decision you have schools. Shutting down for years, and what these registers do. They shut down the public schools. And provided in funding for white. Children to go to school. But nothing for black children. Those white children were going to all white private academies. Think about that, so you get black people fighting for quality education. And the states rising up saying we will systematically deny your children that education, so that narrative of black with. This false.

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Leon Bass: Racism growing up in 1930s Philadelphia and in the Army during WWII

Making Gay History

06:32 min | 3 weeks ago

Leon Bass: Racism growing up in 1930s Philadelphia and in the Army during WWII

"Recalls the racial discrimination. He experienced as a child in Philadelphia. I went to the school. WHERE THEY! Always taught us. To Care and love each other, but also have love of country. We pledge allegiance to the flag every day, just like every other young person in the city of Philadelphia do. And we said with liberty and justice for all. Just like everyone else only to go out and find as we matured. That was not so as I found out when I went to the theater. When I bought my ticket I was directed to the balcony. It was mandated that I go there. Because I wasn't good enough to go down on the main floor. It's beginning to get a little in the site to the society and how the Society viewed me. A person of color. And we. Always went to the park. And I recall how I look through that wire fence at this large swimming pool. Which I knew, I could never use I would never be admitted. because. The society was saying loud and clear to me. That I wasn't good enough. Those are the kind of things to. Make. You feel bad. I finished school in Nineteen forty, three. I went out and I I volunteered. And when I went down to the induction center. Institutional racism smacked me right in the face. because. Sergeant was there and. He told me go one. When I went through the door, and he told my wife go another way, and so I went into an all black unit safer, the officers they will white. When you enlisted, you realize the military was segregated. You. Don't even think about those things until it hits you in the face. And of course, the thing that made it more real more painful was the fact that they send US south. They send us right into the heart of the place where people would. would. Be a confrontation. We went to camp. Wheeler Georgia for Infantry Basic Training And we spent quite a time in Mississippi right in camp McCain. We spent almost a year there. and. We went on maneuvers into Texas Louisiana. And we came back to little. Rock Arkansas. Now all these places I was given the message. of WHO and what I was as far as the society was concerned. And it was really frustrating to think that you have made a commitment to your country and yet your country is saying to you. All Right? You're okay, but only so far. I went into Macon Georgia. Attempted to get a drink of water while I was in their simple thing like a drink of water. Because, you walk around the town Ucla Fountain drink i. went to drink at. Someone grabbed me and say boy. You don't drink here. Pointed to the sign, which said White. And directed me to. Another sign was said colored. Where was another fountain and you of course in uniform at the time happened? Soldier like all the other lack soldiers we will all experiencing. This was ear perception, though that the black troops generally though. fully understood the fact that. While the rhetoric of the war against Nazi racism, and so forth will was fine. In practice, the country was doing something entirely different. It was as though you were just a fringed. Country had was to personalities Channel One way. We may make wonderful announcements. You know we we've talked about engineer. Christian ethics and We're going to make the world a better place for democracy and all that other jazz, but then when you cut down to a real thing and you start seeing the way they operate. Things we're not. And so I? Began to be an angry, frustrated, young black soldier. After my experiences. I really did not want to be. On A. Specially after. Having to stand on a bus. When there were no seats at the back, having to stand up for hundred miles and looking at empty seats. Didn't endear me. To to my country. Couldn't eat in a restaurant. Had to go around the back. Knock on the door to get food. And I'm in a uniform I. And I. Prisoners of war from Germany. Being allowed to go in a restaurant and sit down to eat, and I was not entitled to for the same opportunity. Are, unit less by way of Boston across the Atlantic to England. Across the channel to the Hawk France. And, then we moved up through France. And stopped outside of a small town alongside the road and weeded for the orders to come down. And it was into this. Environment that we began to understand what war is all about? The weather was terrible. been raining, sleeting and cold foggy. and. We had no idea what was going on at that time because no one had told us that. In one thousand, nine, hundred, forty, four around this Christmas season that the German in a desperate move, try to win. The war had. Sort of counter-attacked and found a soft spot in the lines and then pushed us back. And created a bulge, the battle of the ball, and so that's it we in the battle of the bulge and didn't know it at the time. And here we are moving up. In darkness. became my first experience with. With death! And dying. See Up to this time I had never seen. Anybody even shot wounded. But here I saw the bodies on the registration trucks. I saw the bodies of people that I knew. and. I remember another time I saw someone I didn't know. He happened to be white his. About my age, and he was on the ground in his eyes, were wide, open blue. You had blond hair, and his hands were frozen above and his body, because the weather was so cold, he had been alongside the room for a while, and I looked down into those eyes, and I realized that I could end up just like that. And that's been I begin to question my wisdom. For having. Joined the army. and. I wanted to know, why was there? What the heck am I doing here? When I can't get a drink of water. When I can't ride on a bus can't eat in a restaurant and here I am putting my life on the line fighting for rights and privileges that denied.

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Voices from the Holocaust with Leon Bass

Making Gay History

05:43 min | 3 weeks ago

Voices from the Holocaust with Leon Bass

"Leon Bass was born in Philadelphia on January twenty. Third Nineteen, twenty, five, the fourth of six children. His parents were born in South Carolina in the eighteen nineties at the beginning of the Jim Crow era. Just after the first World War they joined the Great African American Migration North they settled in Philadelphia with the hope of making a better life for themselves and their children. As a young man during World War Two Leon volunteered to serve in the United States army. In, April, nineteen, forty, five, he, and four others from his unit arrived at the Humboldt, concentration camp in Weimar Germany just one day after it was liberated. Forty three years later on March Sixteenth Nineteen eighty-eight Leon is sitting in a studio in union new. Jersey. He's dressed in a plaid, Brown and based Sport Code. White Shirt and striped tie. He wears aviator, glasses and sports trim black moustache. Leon's interviewers are Bernard Weinstein and mark lender. Leeann recalls the racial discrimination. He experienced as a child in Philadelphia. I went to the school. WHERE THEY! Always taught us. To Care and love each other, but also have love of country. We pledge allegiance to the flag every day, just like every other young person in the city of Philadelphia do. And we said with liberty and justice for all. Just like everyone else only to go out and find as we matured. That was not so as I found out when I went to the theater. When I bought my ticket I was directed to the balcony. It was mandated that I go there. Because I wasn't good enough to go down on the main floor. It's beginning to get a little in the site to the society and how the Society viewed me. A person of color. And we. Always went to the park. And I recall how I look through that wire fence at this large swimming pool. Which I knew, I could never use I would never be admitted. because. The society was saying loud and clear to me. That I wasn't good enough. Those are the kind of things to. Make. You feel bad. I finished school in Nineteen forty, three. I went out and I I volunteered. And when I went down to the induction center. Institutional racism smacked me right in the face. because. Sergeant was there and. He told me go one. When I went through the door, and he told my wife go another way, and so I went into an all black unit safer, the officers they will white. When you enlisted, you realize the military was segregated. You. Don't even think about those things until it hits you in the face. And of course, the thing that made it more real more painful was the fact that they send US south. They send us right into the heart of the place where people would. would. Be a confrontation. We went to camp. Wheeler Georgia for Infantry Basic Training And we spent quite a time in Mississippi right in camp McCain. We spent almost a year there. and. We went on maneuvers into Texas Louisiana. And we came back to little. Rock Arkansas. Now all these places I was given the message. of WHO and what I was as far as the society was concerned. And it was really frustrating to think that you have made a commitment to your country and yet your country is saying to you. All Right? You're okay, but only so far. I went into Macon Georgia. Attempted to get a drink of water while I was in their simple thing like a drink of water. Because, you walk around the town Ucla Fountain drink i. went to drink at. Someone grabbed me and say boy. You don't drink here. Pointed to the sign, which said White. And directed me to. Another sign was said colored. Where was another fountain and you of course in uniform at the time happened? Soldier like all the other lack soldiers we will all experiencing. This was ear perception, though that the black troops generally though. fully understood the fact that. While the rhetoric of the war against Nazi racism, and so forth will was fine. In practice, the country was doing something entirely different. It was as though you were just a fringed. Country had was to personalities Channel One way. We may make wonderful announcements. You know we we've talked about engineer. Christian ethics and We're going to make the world a better place for democracy and all that other jazz, but then when you cut down to a real thing and you start seeing the way they operate. Things we're not. And so I? Began to be an angry, frustrated, young black soldier. After my experiences. I really did not want to be. On A. Specially after. Having to stand on a bus. When there were no seats at the back, having to stand up for hundred miles and looking at empty seats. Didn't endear me. To to my country. Couldn't eat in a restaurant. Had to go around the back. Knock on the door to get food. And I'm in a uniform I. And I. Prisoners of war from Germany. Being allowed to go in a restaurant and sit down to eat, and I was not entitled to for the same opportunity.

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Kelly Clarkson Files For Divorce From Brandon Blackstock

Daily Pop

03:23 min | 3 weeks ago

Kelly Clarkson Files For Divorce From Brandon Blackstock

"We have to begin with Kelly Clarkson surprising news Kelly has filed for divorce from her husband Brandon. They're married for almost seven years and in court papers obtained by a news, she cites irreconcilable differences, a request for joint custody and no spousal support brandit. You guys. I was shocked when I heard this. What did you guys think Oh same yeah I think everybody was really shopped and I. Think even having those details of knowing that she's saying no spousal support for him in that leads me. Me To believe that things maybe aren't really that amicable right now. Sources are telling us that their friends are totally surprised to which kind of makes me believe. Maybe something happened suddenly during this quarantine I know that a lot of people are parting ways during this time, but every time we spoke to Kelly. It was clear that she loved being a wife. She loved being a mother and meant everything to her. Listen to this I heard you say in an interview that you don't really get caught up in the accolades. You just want to be a great wife and a great mom. Yes, those are really hard things to be or do you feel like being a mom is made you more confident. kind of been a confident person but I will say it does bring another level of like. I don't care about things that are important. This is pretty special. Can you believe this is happening right now? I literally had a conversation, my husband, the other day and we were like. Life because we both came from pretty humble beginnings and This wasn't even in the picture like the idea like the vision. Board like this was definitely something beyond I could have imagined gosh I mean hard of hearing that back. There were no signs of divorce bill when you listen to that. Yeah, I'm always curious. It's always so hard, because I feel like we see these couples, people hashtag relationship goals, and then you know a year later. They filed for divorce because I definitely. Kind of felt like Kelly Clarkson had the perfect life you know and and getting divorced doesn't mean that she does it. You know we I just goes to show that what we see on the outside is not always what's going on in the inside, and it does sound like though that it seems very mature. It doesn't seem like it's anything nasty. It doesn't mean that they won't have a great co-parenting relationship, right? Yeah I think that's just what it is. I mean divorce is always really heartbreaking, and you know what unfortunately sometimes people get to a place where they feel like there's just nothing else that they can do to continue to stay in a romantic relationship, and they realized that their relationship is better off as being friends, so it's obviously very painful, but hopefully both of them will be better off being apart. Yeah and. Kelly in her career and everything that she's doing right now. She seems so on top of the world like you said Nina but I I wonder if maybe she just got too busy or. You know. Some of the priorities changed in her life. You know we are humans and we're constantly evolving, so yeah I think you know we won't know until they're ready to speak on and what the reasons were. She's always been busy, but just because we're people who work in television, especially producing shows how ruling that can be and I sometimes feel like when you work these long. Your patients becomes a lot shorter for the the I don't know you. Are So has anything to do with it, but I will tell you as I think. Sometimes you do change as your success gets greater and you have. Less tolerance for certain things, so who knows what could have happened?

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Black Trans Lives Matter

Nancy

06:39 min | 3 weeks ago

Black Trans Lives Matter

"Have you gone to? Protests? Recently if you have. What have you seen I have not gone this year for a couple of reasons covid. I personally am very uncomfortable. Going out in the midst of the crisis. I don't WanNa. Be Quite honestly black and sick and Trans in a hospital with Kobe. I? Just don't want to put myself in that position. That's not wise. It's not a wise thing to do given the hostility of our medical system to transpeople given the hostility of our medical system to black people. It's just not a good trick. And for that same reason, being black and trends, and by chance woman. I don't want to have an experience with the cars for will state. That is to say that I don't want to have. Anything to do with. The the cars roll system because of its harsh, disproportionate and unfair and dehumanizing treatment of Trans People. I think thirdly you know there's a real question that I've been wrestling with that I wrote about recently. in a much larger sense of whether or not Black Trans Women in particular should show up. In this moment, shouting black lives matter when in so many ways we understand that within the black community. Our lives are treated as if they don't matter. And as if they're undisposable. And there are so many ways in which the grief and the frustration and the sheer rage that people feel. which people feeling now around the death of George Foy which are totally fair know. I felt last year when there was a string of murders of Black Trans Women, last June and into July in particular, they started in May. and it was a really dark painful time, and I remember going to protest at that time for those women who died and were murdered and wondering where everybody else was. And, so I kind of feel that everybody else gets shop in this moment, right that there really valid reasons why, as a by transforming I am not out on the street and is very valid. There's so many other people that are showing up in this moment which I wholeheartedly support. Yeah, when and part of what you wrote about in that piece that you're referencing is This video that emerged of the Trans woman named IANNA DR being attacked convenience store by a group of black men I guess the first question is were? Where were you when you first saw the video? And what was your reaction was at home. I was at home and I. Think i. read the description of what happened. And then I saw maybe five or seven I didn't see very much of it because. It's really hard to watch what I saw shocks me, and then I learned a little bit more on just through some things on my feet that it was in Minneapolis. And that really struck me. Write that on the first day of pride. Month was the day that she was beaten. Minneapolis Saint Paul. Where those very same people are out in the streets, have been out in the streets or are supportive of people on the streets, demanding black lives matter demanding that they be seen as human beings. could engage in amassed humanization of someone else. Who is back at the time without a second thought was. Deeply, enraging to me. Deeply, fattening and terribly shocking. And when I decided that I wanted to write something about it. I went online and I actually found the entire. There's an entire twenty minute clip of the entire. Affair as it were, and there was a carnival like fear before they decided to beat her up, they actually had cornered her essentially in the convenience store, and like literally a carnival atmosphere, both inside the convenience store in the parking lot after they were done taunting her for twenty minutes and like. There was something about it and that moment where she was not treated as a human being. And that really got to me. You wrote in your piece that. Recounting xactly, what happened to Yana in the video is important. And allow discussion about how much should describe violent incidents like these where it can be triggering for people. So. I guess my question is. Why do you think it's important to really talk about what happened in detail? I think the part of the video that often gets displayed is the last part of. The beating rights of the beating actually starts in the back of the store, and then they can move in a semi circle to the front, and that front part where she's bent over and people are are on her is what's been getting played online, but the entire thing that leads up to that I think underscores the depravity of the entire event, and that depravity is really important to understand because it underscores the way in which. Black Trans. People are seen. and. We collectively as people right as humans have to reckon with that depravity. We have to see it. We have to acknowledge it, and we had to ask really hard questions of ourselves about how and why and we can't prioritize the death of black men, and at the same time ignore an even encourage the death of black. Trans Women and somehow believe that we're going to build a just society for everyone yeah. I. Mean You know we're? We're in this sort of extraordinary moment. Where more people than ever are open to the conversation about police brutality against black people and also just general inequality that exists for black people in this country What do you think the barriers are to making sure that violence against Trans Women of Color is included in that conversation. Yeah, I think the barrier is people saying human beings rather than freaks or objects of entertainment or

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Raising Anti-Racist Children - A Holistic Approach (with Kristen Coggins)

Janet Lansbury Podcast

04:57 min | Last month

Raising Anti-Racist Children - A Holistic Approach (with Kristen Coggins)

"As a black woman. You know you, we. We see so much of this closer up fries, you know. And so when it all started to kind of happen, if bell very much like here we go, it's the same cycle. It's been happening. You know for us. I think the first one I remember was Trayvon Martin. You kind of get used to seeing these traumatizing enriches morning with the family improvising so hard, and then seeing the person gets off Ford ever happened, and that's like a crush again, so it's like it happens over and over and over so you begin to lose hope. You know you're like here. It goes you know and so I kind of gotten to a point where I. Just it was too much I. had shut it out I can, I cannot deal with. This is just going to happen all over again. This time. It feels different. Especially Lists Young Equal Day are speaking up in a way that is so power phone so direct in so hopeful in. It's like get it. They are getting it in their speaking up to their their parents, you know. People that joint tic TAC over the quarantine so I'll scroll and grow in. Exposing these conversations actual conversations that they're having appearance in. It's like wow, it's on them. Getting kicked out their houses. It's kind of you know. The, writing black lives matter on the chunk of their driveway. Mean they are like they are living the revolution at home in that is so hard for at in and so many of them have actually said they're getting through to their parents gives me chills ungrateful I. Am Hopeful We may evolve me, too, so yeah, we have this wonderful generation Z. of heard them. Them called. I Gen. My children are in that generation, and now we have the next generation that you and a lot of the people that listen to this podcast or reading. How do we honor this work with them? How do we ensure that we're raising anti-racist children? What can we do? I really mostly just WANNA. Listen to what you have to say about this. You know civilization. It seems like it's being presented with. This divine opportunity to evolve in it's so painful yet hopeful you know for it systematically for centuries what have been oppressed in this country whether the from implicit bias over covert racism being traumatize, and it's like we've reached a point where it seems like people are ready to say enough is enough and are collectively pushing each other to be on the right side of this journey. And with that, it's like folks WanNa know what what can we do and so I have two answers that I have prepared for today. One is see yourself. The second is seared charter. There's a Colt by Rene. Brown, it says we cannot give our show dron what we do not have. We cannot give our children. What we do not have in an to know what you have. You have to see yourself and that requires being mindful. People instantly get defensive if they're raises because it doesn't feel good to be labeled, and especially not that all it's like no, that's not me. I don't accept that you know I'm nice to people. Treat them how I want to be treated. I give him a shirt off my back, but it's like would if you took the time to look at it from a mindfulness approach. There is this great Buddhist tool for minds s? It's an acronym called rain recognize. Allow investigate with kindness in in night into the Keisha. You know you might find yourself in situations where a decision you may or something you said as you being caught out or being respected for being racist, or maybe there is no call out. Maybe you're just something you did or experience, so which you do as first you're to recognize what is happening in my body right now. Does my stomach haven't Iki him? How about my face? My chest? Am I having desire to distract or remove myself from the situation? Just recognizing everything that you're feeling can be very our. Next year to allow those feelings to just be. It can be hard to sit with discomfort. We want to push it out of our bodies, but don't fight them. And maybe even picture is comfort looks like.

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"painful" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!

Nobody Told Me!

09:00 min | Last month

"painful" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!

"Welcome nobody told me. I'm Laura Owens and I'm Jan. Black loneliness is a feeling a lot of us have been experiencing lately as we shelter in place or quarantine or social distance. Our guest on this episode J W Freiburg is a social psychologist and lawyer who studied and written about chronic loneliness for years is books on the topic include four seasons of loneliness growing up lonely and the new book surrounded by others and get so alone a lawyer case stories of Love Loneliness and litigation. Thank you so much for joining us today. Talk about a topic that we need to be discussing right now. How true. Why did you first become interested in? The topic. Became interested because of the kind of law that I practice. I was a practice law at the crossroads of Law and Psychiatry by which I mean I was in a law for that. I was general counsel to a great number of Boston's social service agencies. Both children and adults and their clinicians would call me for case consults constantly over thirty years and more and more years went on they begin to mention. That clients were presenting in their clinical practices as chronically lonely. Along with other issues of course but more and more of them were lonely. They lived alone. They felt isolated. They ate from the pain of loneliness and so I set out to study it and hence wrote and published an been talking about the books. You mentioned you've written that thirty seven percent of Americans identify as chronically lonely. Tell us more about what people mean when they say they're chronically and whether you feel it's accurate to say that the number is that high or could it even be higher well it it it's going to be somewhat higher now the those are Twenty ten figures so we're ten years down the road and it was going up was Twenty percent two decades before that so we are growing more lonely. It's not really surprising. About Twenty eight percent of American adult households are now single person households and of course we live in a in a time frame where people are super busy. A fifty percent of married women now work full-time of people have long commutes to add onto their day. Jobs a lot of time alone a lot of time alone and so it makes sense. That people feel chronically lonely and let me add one thing. It's just a term to say chronically lonely but we actually gathered as data from a very powerful that means reliable and valid. We test that test. It's called the UCLA loneliness scale version. Three it asks twenty very perceptive questions and it's from that Test that we are able to ascertain the growth prevalence of chronic loneliness in our times. How has quarantining and sheltering in place impacted all of this? And how do you think it's going to change the numbers and you have people who are now no longer lonely on their commutes? They're not spending so much time alone traveling but they're spending all their time alone at home if they don't have a partner our family exactly what we don't we won't know the answer? Let's say scientifically for for some years to come until we can speak to people and measure and experiment test but we have every reason to predict that for the chronically. Lonely this this isolation is even more painful than for the rest of us. And why do I say painful? Human beings are also mammals and a lot of our reaction to loneliness is something that other heard mammals experiences. Well we've but most of US may be a lot of us have passed say a deer on the roadway and we see the deer divided off across the road from his his grouping End The alert that he goes the signal that he gets that he's alone that he's isolated and disconnected potentially endanger. We experienced that is humans to loneliness. Hurts and people should never forget that. I think if I asked the two view you which do you think hurts. More a broken arm or broken heart. You'd say the latter half definitely definitely. Yeah Yeah and I know you say. Loneliness is not an emotion but a sensation. Explain more about that absolutely the when I say it's a sin like hunger or thirst or fear these signals come to us not from our four brain not from being a human but from being an ankle for being a mammal. Other animals are motivated by hunger to find food thirsts to find water and fear to find safety ending in herd animals like most mammals at means to gather up together and so the sensation comes at us. We don't think about being lonely primarily first comes at us as a feeling the way hunger does or thirst does and then we deal with them of course where human so. We deal with partly in our four brain with all sorts of thoughts about. Oh hungry what shall I get to eat tonight? But to say that that loneliness in sation means that we can't control it the way we can our emotions example. You could talk yourself out of being angry sometimes but you can't talk yourself out of being hungry or thirsty or lonely comes from a different part of the brain now. Is it true that there is a big difference between being alone and being lonely? Because I imagine you're going to have a lot of people who are quarantined right now in some people might be okay with it and others might not be even though they're technically in the same boat absolutely correct. First Line of by book of Four Seasons of Loneliness was this book is about loneliness not solitude. There are people who love being alone. They're quite good at it and skillful ad and it doesn't hurt them about half of chronically. Lonely people come from isolated people people who are objectively alone. The other half come from people who have failed relationships so there's plenty of people at home right now who are quite capable. Psychologically of dealing with solitude even chance to read just do this asked they otherwise. Don't not a problem but about half of all the others. It really is a problem and it hurts. It hurts more like the way. We all felt in high school when that crowd. We wanted to be part of that. Wouldn't let us in remember that. Oh yeah sure was painful. We hear so much about what the future may look like after the pandemic is over that we may not be shaking hands or hugging people as much as we have in the past. What kind of impact do those things have on our ability to feel less lonely? And what do you think will happen if we do those things much less frequently in the future? I think that's really a good question of these are very old thing. Shaking hands goes back about twenty five hundred three thousand years and touching goes back to when we were simpler mammals. Most of the heard mammals touch they gather together Particularly if it's dark out or cold out in a herd up against one another for warmth but war has a double meaning to it doesn't it? It's emotional as well as physical. It's safety in numbers in our kind of mammals. And when we eliminate touch we're going to eliminate not fully eliminate of course there will be touch amongst amongst domestic partners touch parents to children but they'll be a lot less touch like you say handshaking hogging French a little kiss on both cheeks. Those thanks probably. We'll go significantly downhill and I think it will have an effect because we're built to connect with one. Another one type of connection is very physical. We thank you for joining us on. Nobody told me. And we're guessing that in these times of uncertainty..

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"painful" Discussed on Start Here

Start Here

01:52 min | 3 months ago

"painful" Discussed on Start Here

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09:12 min | 3 months ago

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"When we talk about something like masks gotta understand right now from a medical standpoint. There are two big concerns right. One is the thing that is clearly on. Everyone's mind this huge rise. In cases so big starts to overflow and then boom boom you ventilator shortages treatable cases become fatal cases hospitals nearby at the extra patients that they run out of their ventilators at creates this wave. That's one concern. The other big worry. Is that even if this feels under control by June. Say we still don't have a vaccine right. If we all resume business as usual we could see cycles of this. Someone walks into their choir rehearsal somewhere and all of a sudden forty-five new people habit. That city is often running. In both of these cases officials say it is imperative to spread these events out as much as possible. That's the whole idea of flatten the curve on the so called front lines of this battle. There are people who know their risk to honest. I'm time find for my life. No they might get this virus and just anxious about what's to come. Goal is to keep them from getting it quickly to keep them from getting it all at once really put in a position where we have to do a job of really want to do all. We don't have the supplies to do that. Job Right who we are already. Starting to see. Healthcare workers get sick in large numbers. Worried that they might spread it to their colleagues. Abc's chief national correspondent. Matt Gutman. Matt What Are you hearing from? Doctors and nurses doctors and nurses are very concerned right now. They understand that you know. We use the term on the Front Lines. But they've really are and In some places like Ohio now number twenty percent of the Cova positive patients. That's a pretty high number the projection. Is We start really getting slammed into weeks but may not even hit hit the peak until mid-may and even the use of p. p. e. which they're trying to adhere to a very very strictly is apparently not enough people are still getting sick? Munster doctors and nurses die no standard chance as we die you die and that is the truth man when somebody does get sick like say a nurse in hospital are they. Are they done for weeks for months? Unusual circumstances you tell them like. Take all the time you need but here I get the sense. They feel the need to come back. Well there's good news and there's bad news right. The bad news is that people are terrified. I'm thirty five years old and for the first time in my life as concerned whether or not I need to read a will bear a recording videos to their children. I just really need this to be over and I need. Ppe's so that. I can protect my family. The bright side is that many of the doctors and nurses who are getting ill and pulling through especially those with mild symptoms. Feel like now that they have the they may be able to go on the front lines and be impervious to the virus. They can be even more helpful than they ever imagined. They could be and so one doctor. I spoke to New York Dr Derek. Carr's said I'm super happy about this when I come back. I'm going to be the best frontline worker. We have 'cause I know I'm not going to get sick from this. And that's like they're confident in that sciences there for that Matt. They're confident they're not certain. Still you know if this virus holds and and acts like every other virus. We've known that should be the case. Obviously the major fear. Brad is that we will have mutations different. Strains different strains means that even people who caught the initial novel Corona Virus Gobert nineteen could be susceptible to the next strain and last question for you what our state and local governments than asking for these hospitals. Because I get that. They all want respirator masks and breathing machines but how does that work who gets prioritized? Who gets what they want? The people will get prioritized are the rich and connected. The bottom line is that we're getting all these reports of hundreds of MBA players and employees getting tests while tests are still scarce to the American Public Burke Year in California Elon. Musk Richard Branson who flew in a seven forty seven full of protective gear from China. Just for the governor of California. Those are the people who are able to obtain it to pay high market prices. The valuation and the cost of the P P now coming out of China is inflated anywhere from ten to seventy times the previous cost it is crazy uncoordinated and competitive and it shouldn't be this way and I spoke to Mayor Garcetti about this and he said and what do you do. If you're a small town you know in Oklahoma trying to find masks. What do you do if your state doesn't have the political juice or doesn't have a manufacturing base or a port like we do so anyone who can pay and can tap pipeline to fly this personal protective material and Equipment Bhakti not states? They're the ones who have it and the poor unconnected states they're going to have to make do and that's why we're seeing so many in places like Georgia in the middle of the country are starting to manufacture their own. Pp and even beyond the lifesaving stuff you talked about how nervous medical workers are that don't know they have cove in nineteen. We still don't know president trump still not able to give a timeline on when truly everyone who wants a test can get one matt. Thanks much expert and actually get more from. Abc's Eva Pilgrim because we've talked about those ambulance sirens in places like New York well. Those ambulances are driven by emergency workers and EVA. You've been seeing a spike in cases among those workers themselves. What's going on? Yeah we spoke with some of the mess workers and they tell us that more than twenty percent of their staff. Here the Fire Department staff here in New York City is out sick right now. Every day I've come into work. There's another person two or three who were out sick. Either confirmed positive cove in nineteen cases or with symptoms that are similar to Cova nineteen cases. And they haven't been tested. Our numbers absolutely of positive members do not reflect how many of our members actually have this virus right now. Last night we hit seventy two hundred twelve. We broke another record muscle. This is in large part because every single day multiple times a day Bayer interacting with people who think they have cove in nineteen or who know they have Cova one thousand nine hundred and need to go back to the hospital. We spoke with an ems worker who survived nine. Eleven survived stage four lung cancer because of what he was exposed to nine eleven. He said the air was clean down. There you don't need the masks. Look what happened everybody? We know what's going on here. And he knows every day that he goes out here and he interacts with these people who are sick and potentially have cove in nineteen or have Cova nineteen because they've gotten a positive result back. He's putting himself at risk. If I'm around somebody would cigarette. The cigarette smoke closes up my lungs and this could attack me and kill the difference though for them and they tell us. This is scarier than nine. Eleven because nine eleven was confined to one space. This encompasses the whole city respect. Everybody is a colon. Nineteen you could be set on a call where it's a car accident and you get there and you discover that the accident happened because someone was rushing to the hospital because they have someone in the car who has cove in nineteen symptoms. So you wouldn't technically don protective equipment. But we are in our. They'd suiting up for all those calls when somebody says I got a sneezing or something. Do they get suited up? What are they do Brad? This was the part that surprised me. The most they are wearing gloves. They are wearing a mask and they wear a face shield and basically what looks to me like a hospital gown them gown basically only covers your area. And it's it's disgraceful. And that is what they wear when they go into a known cova patients home when the person says. I think I have it. In all the other circumstances they're going in with just a face mask and the gloves family actually made the decision the other day not to see my son and I don't know what I'll see him again. Some of them are sleeping in their cars and not going home because they're too afraid that if they go home they run the risk of infecting their family and their loved ones last night. He asked me. You say when you're GONNA cut when you're gonNA come get me when everybody stops going to come sick only stopped going to heaven. That's when come get you. The other interesting thing they told us was if someone passes away and they have corona virus type symptoms but they haven't received the test. Those people aren't getting tested Because there aren't enough tests at this point. So they're saving those tests for the people who are alive and in the hospital unreal stuff. Eva Pilgrim in New York. Thanks so much. Thanks.

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02:48 min | 3 months ago

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"To go through a very tough two weeks. The sobering presentation from White House officials. That convinced the president to change course meanwhile increasing number of cove in nineteen cases or American healthcare workers actually made the decision the other day not to see my son and I don't know what I'll see him again nearly twenty percent of New York's EMT's out sick or reporter followed some of the ones still working and telecommuting his tougher adults. What about kids? The district try not to sin introduced new concepts challenges. School districts are facing as the virus spreads from ABC News. This start here. I'm Brad Mielke. Let me start you off with some good news this morning. It comes from the countries that dealt with the novel Corona Virus. I in Wuhan China this morning. The shopping districts are back open. Widespread sicknesses have reportedly ceased altogether. So this is what gives us a lot of hope. This is the case finding in Italy in Italy. Meanwhile they're beginning to turn the corner. In new cases cases are still rising but not as fast is tapering off. Some emergency rooms are even starting to empty out. The point is there is some light at the end of the tunnel for places like this. The bad news is we can't see it yet here. We have done an incredible job. We're going to continue. It's going to disappear one day. It's like a miracle it will disappear remember a few weeks ago. President trump was saying corona virus. This will barely be a few days ago. He was insisting we could still be work by Easter we yesterday at the White House. Something seemed to have shaken him. I want every American to be prepared for the hard days that lie ahead. We're going to go to a very tough two weeks. Dawn was the sign proclaiming. Fifteen days to stop the spread the Clarkston restarted. It says thirty days gone with the comparisons to the flu. It'd be doctor or deb up and say I have numbers but I'd rather have them say the numbers if you don't mind speak today question instead. President trump came up and introduced after FAUCI and Dr Deborah Burks who showed the rest of the country the presentation that changed his mind. And so as you saw on that slide that was our real number that one hundred thousand two hundred thousand and we think that that is the range we really believe in hope every day that we can do a lot better than that and you could kind of see this dawn on. Everyone wants the magnitude because this was not political bluster. This was not a threat eastward data driven doctor saying best case scenario within the next few months best case we will see twice as many Americans die then we lost in the Vietnam War. This is the stuff.

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08:49 min | 4 months ago

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"Four hours win breaking news happens we have you covered on Siriusxm. Nba Radio growing concern surrounding. The Corona virus are reaching a tipping point the NBA suspending. It season vacuum ball story. Not An American sport story is a global story. Worst case scenario I would have much preferred to watch the fans. We did the right thing because we don't want it to stone off the latest news on MBA radio series. Two seven x eighty six. It is Friday the thirteenth. So you know what? Stay away from the virus and stay away from Jason Voorhees because he'll stab you absolutely. I was born on Friday thirteenth. There's nothing wrong with it. Okay today's my daughter's sweet sixteen. I feel bad because a lot of their friends have canceled. I feel better for my wallet because I paid for one hundred people. And now we got about sixty people but It's all going to go down big party or a happy birthday. That's awesome to. Innovators are sixteen and driving. Wow scary times. Every time. I told them they could pick a car or a party and they chose chose a party. Those marks wow that's awesome they are marks. That's fantastic also. WanNa give a shoutout to our intern. Today Intern Mike. Who DOES A phenomenal job? Probably the greatest intern we've ever had at Sirius. Xm And he is in the studio working today so Kudos to intern. Mike who you know had the option to stay home and he decided to work so thank you intern Mike for Coming in today and let's go to Kansas City. What do you think the Book Guy You called it? You're the host. We're going to dedicate the rest of the show to the nation. So Bob the book guy in Kansas City Bob. Good to hear from you guys. Try and keep things on a positive here today. I just wanted to give a shoutout. Who Some Kudos to any you know. They were recently did a show in Kansas City and they were kind enough to donate some tickets two daughters and they become tickets For our team and actually we have a powerlifting group. And that's mainly who went and got of meat cody and Dustin actually aren't strongest man Arm-wrestling cody there. Was just a wonderful time mark. You might appreciate how strong our guy is the bench. Use Three thirty five spots for ninety five and deadliest by twenty But there's a lot of a lot of A lot of negative out there right now but I think it's important that we appreciate how the wrestling world gives back to those so love listening you guys every day try to remember to mention Rufus R Jones whenever you can. I loved him Growing up on. Thanks guys and say well you you got it my friend and Rufus R Jones. I always give thank you and maybe I don't thank him enough but I will now. Tommy Dreamer always gets me these amazing t shirts and he actually says he has one for me now. That is the best one he's ever given me but I can't believe it. Because by favorite t shirt without a doubt is the Rufus R Jones t-shirt. He gave me about six seven months ago. Jim Yes king of mid-atlantic Rufus R Jones. We should do. This goes back to what Mark said earlier at one point. We gotta do the most underrated wrestlers of all time because on that list to me is Rufus R Jones. I think you'll be only one including that list but You in Kansas City. Did you guys talk about Gronk that football player signing with the WWE? No we're supposed tutor so much we haven't talked about. Oh my God we had some big ASS news. See all this stuff gets swept away with The Corona virus and all that negative. But there's a positive with gronk signing with the w that's gigantic pickup. Diddy actually signed. I heard that he didn't sign as of Betty had the paperwork that but it hasn't been hasn't been submitted. Yeah is that. Is that true? I've talked to Ryan set. And he's your boy on dirty backstage. I don't know he's the one who report it. Well boy because you work with him. Ryan Sat and Awesome Ryan. Show right now Ryan sat and on. Wwe backstage said that he was close to signing With the WWE didn't say it was official. He said it was close signed but there's been multiple reports since then that said that. Gronk has side whether he's close to signing has signed or hasn't submitted the paperwork yet. I think it's a big positive for the wwe that Cronk is close to being WWe superstar. Her would bully said on on on Monday. Tuesday on Tuesday and I just. I don't agree with there being a the issue. Those days are over like the the old old veteran in the locker room. That's thinking the guy's going to steal is spot and it's going to do everything to sabotage the guy that I think that Kinda ended with me and I made the comment today that I was grown that they paid me a lot of money to come in and learn to be what I ended up becoming but at the beginning I was not and I don't think Gronk has always been respected respectable to me. He's been respectful to other wrestlers. He comes in the Locker Room knows his role. And you know. He realized that he's a guest now. He's not going to be a guest. He's going to be a talent and even though he's going to be a young learning talent nonetheless those days of the hazing and everything is over with We don't do that. We won't Gronk the BIZ success. He's high profile. Just like Ronda. Rousey came in. They already had a name. People know who they are. You're going to cross promote you're going to go into other genres In sports and GRONK is going to be beneficial to the wwe when all of this corona stuff is over with. Yeah I agree and we also don't know what What he's going to be doing for. Wwe If He could be. I mean he's a pretty good Analyst you know and the whole deal with Fox and Fox bring in different people. He could be another person. You could see on backstage If he is going to be wrestling you have to earn your stripes and just like how he did when he first came to the NFL. He's going to have to learn his stripes. We all talked about this on this show about Ronda. Rousey with her first match and her first match was amazing and her debut at Wrestlemainia. She had the right opponents if he does you know adapt to wrestling. That'll be hard. I mean the one being the athlete that he was. I mean Hell think the athlete that you were. And you know you with your size could dunk a basketball You had all this ability in how hard it was for you to get it. Grand coming over You know that's one thing as well as you know. Gronk has a history. And he's gone public about it with his concussions. And you know that could be an issue too so you know we can wait and see but Gronk is definitely a personality that you would definitely want to help your brand. Because he's he's worldwide. He has a hell of a brand for himself and I don't know him never met him if he gives me a science football. I like him. More and You know how you have to see. I like free stuff and I like. I want that and a Tom Brady. I want his big butts then it can. I want Tom. Brady's ring and I won't shit in your bag Steve Gronkowski when you come to a w ratio. That's good see again. Hope Brock listening. Maybe we can get him as a guest. I would love to have Gronkowski on listening catches Monday. Through Saturday I'm busted open from nine. Am To noon eastern on Sirius Xm by Nation Channel. One fifty six busted open podcast..

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15:21 min | 4 months ago

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"You can do with Whatever gets to go and seven three three eight seven seven fight ninety three. Tommy WanNa go back to the nation. Absolutely I'm joy this you know what? Thank God for this show today. It's been such a great escape. But I've never laughed so much than this. Show this morning Oprah doing the same for the busted open nation. Let's see. Let's go out to victor in Tampa. Victor guys love the show. Thank you thank. You shouldn't hey guys so just wasn't let you guys know about rescuing. I live in Tampa. I got tickets to Wrestlemainia. I I remember going so excited. Frayne is not cancelled because I think wrestling is an outlet for a lot of people and I think this bet coming up. It's a lot of during the holiday for a Lotta people associated with this virus going around so I just wanted to get your tapes and sees how some of the rustlers off feeling I love the show. I only got serious because to your show so I love you guys. I'll hang up and listen. Thank you so much. Thank you for the compliment as well. So guys what do you think about what might be going through the minds of some of the wrestlers right now I know for me. Hey I just had to events get cancelled in Maryland and it wasn't because of the promoter it was because of the government was shutting that down. I was prepared to drive tomorrow. Five hours to wrestle in Maryland. And then I would probably drive to Jimmy Seafood. Eat whole foods not feel good in my bed afterwards and then wrestled? Baltimore and then I was Gonna fly to California Monday which I'm still doing and I'm GonNa work all week and Kelly and then I'm GonNa was Gonna F- I flew home Friday and I was going to drive to Albany and That show has now gotten cancelled because the Governor of New York has cancelled the show so for me. I'm going to work as always until I'm told not to Or when they cancelled the shows so That's my mindset. There's other people it's a much. It's a much different business like you know when everything happened to Scott Steiner and I learned from Vince McMahon. And and you know they were like what do we do and I was like Scott is alive and making a full recovery this the next day and but we still have to you. Go out there as a company and say if anyone doesn't want to work because of what happened yesterday or you feel uncomfortable or anything. It's okay and that one wrestler didn't work not one. Russell raised their hand That was it and it was like okay. Cool let's go to work out a hell of a show boom done you know mark was in. Wwe When everything happened with Owen Hart and that was a big controversy Going on At that time but again Scott Steiner. I'm with him on Saturday. And you know when we're talking about and even his wife as I he has a show this coming up Saturday and she's like I'm telling him he's not going he's like I'll make that decision and that's our mentality and you know I don't know I know bully. Ray is in Vegas. Now bully flew to Vegas and he was there and then what they do. Ring honor cancelled the show because they had to cancel. Show Imbaba Zych. I'm coming back. But he went out there got on a plane. Did all those things. Because that's what we do. Wow and you know. A man like Just bring these Mary. You know today is actually The eleven anniversary of Andrew Martin's passing. Love tests. You do you know one of those guys that was diagnosed with. Ct had some problems. We lost him but you know what he's not forgotten he never will be. That's the beauty of this business. Even in our darkest most painful moments people were always remember us and I take a lot of solace in the fact that when my day comes one hundred years from now somebody will bring my name up and I won't be here to see it but I I will. I will know that my my I'll live a long time like you know so That's the thing about pro wrestling too. Honor thing is is like we're modern day. Gladiators and people revere US like Modern Day. Gladiators and I just love it. Man I I I love his business and I love the fans and a appreciate the fans. That's what it is. I just love him. I appreciate is easy to tell somebody. Hey man thanks A. You're awesome but for somebody say. Hey Man listen you got me through a tough time like are like brother and Puerto Rico. He was going through something and we go through it together and I have wrestling to save me so multiple times so I mean it's it's a beautiful thing and mark because I've done a lot of research about this too and talk to athletes. You know for you who's been competing your whole life and they say retiring is equivalent to a person dying for an athlete. And you don't know what to do with yourself or it's like one of those times where you're like man. I'm at home. I don't have to do anything It's it's hard on the brain. It's hard on the psyche. Besides you know all the the chair shots all the bumps that we've taken And you know a lot of people. Don't have that resurgence that you have. Because like me. And Dave have said and people have said like I never realized how good of an analyst you are especially when I see you on you know. W W backstage like it's like you were meant to do this and I knew like when I told you about the XFL. And I just hit you up. I was like dude because I see your passion for Sports. You should be doing this with with the xfl because yeah we have our INS and like for me. It's like everyone. I could talk sports all day but everyone wants to know you as the wrestler. That could talk where I get typecast but you know man. You're the best part about what we do. And especially like with your relationship like who would ever thought like you go to Saudi Arabia and be back in that Battle Royal. And that's because of your hard work and what you've done and the beauty of our business like I just tagged with Tommy rich this past Thursday and time rich somebody that I got to you know look up to and like. I Love Georgia championship wrestling for you. You could always you know either. Pick up a call and say. Hey Vince I want to Can I be about oil? Can I go to this program or Hell you could do it on any indies? Show that you want just to get a taste of it and I know it's not what you're used to but like you said your contributions to this business and how you've helped the next generation You will live forever and like I. I told you all time and I would wrestle every single match with you to the end of my career. Because that's how good you became. You learned from all your mistakes and I'm not just praising you but you know your an uprising because you're my friend because we're on the air. There's other wrestlers that go through this and you know Scotty Riggs is one and he talked about on social media. Like hey man. I'm having a hard time in my life. I don't know if I want to be here. And he reached out on social media and he said that and I immediately hit him up and he was like Y- okay. I saw buff. Bagwell and Indie show and I told about that is all my God. I'M GOING TO CALL THEM UP. And that's all it does take for anyone who who who's going through a sad point and we're all going to be going through a sad point during this time in our lives because it's fear and it's fear of the unknown but we have each other and if it's a caller if it's reaching out to somebody on Social Media. I would've frigging killed somebody just to talk to arrest because I wanted to get interesting because back then. It was such a close knit business now. We're all at our fingertips and there are so many people out there who are about positiveness and helping others and we're all going to need that now so mark I love you. And anytime you want to wrestle. House hardcore will book you at a Reduced Rate Hail. Yeah I'm digging and thank you Tom. I appreciate that you got it well. There's a lot from what Tom just said. Mark and I know you and your emotional person. I know that it means a lot to you as it should. That a hundred years from now people will be speaking your nape hundred years from now. People will be speaking Tommy's name because of what you both done for pro wrestling and being that we have streaming services. Now who knows what we're going to have a hundred years from now that they could still watch your matches from five ten fifteen twenty years ago but also to like you guys. Are you know from the same cloth from the same road but we we got to that road completely different than even what you're doing now but the fact that you're both able to come on a show like busted open and talk to the fans like. Tommy just said like yeah. I never would have imagined that there would be an outlet like this where I'd be able to call into a show not only listen to two of my heroes be able to interact with two of my heroes. I mean it's unbelievable what we're able to do nowadays. How about me driving? Listen for pilot sport shows and I hear you and Doug and I call you and I go. Hey Man I appreciate you love and wrestling and not trying to expose wrestling. I I really appreciate that. And that's how we. We ended up becoming friends based off. Just dry call because I I mean. Here's something positive about pro wrestling. You know twelve years ago. That was man. It was unheard of. You know like everything was dirt sheets and people talking negatively about wrestling and you know that when they bleed they cut themselves and stupid stuff like I don't even want to get into all but like the people trying to expose the business just it hurt me and it was refreshing and I knew after that conversation that United Doug had that I would be friends with you all that I would keep up with you and call you periodically because if you needed me to come on the show and big you up that I would do that. And now we're co host that's crazy and just the credibility that you bring. Tommy brings that bully brings to this show as well. I'm always going to be the crazy fan. I don't live in your world. You guys have done an amazing job of letting me at least take a peek of what your world is like. But I'll never know what it's going to be like to be the travel like you guys have done to to work one show and go right to another show or even just a commodity that have in a locker room. I I never experienced that. But that's why appreciate even today to nor do just on this show and you know what that's fine I. I like being a spectator that and just here I am the host of the host and creator of this show and then I'm sitting listening to the stories just from today Joe about what's taking place in the locker room and in the ring. I mean I mean that's just so it's a unique experience and and I just hope that I know that for myself I don't take it for granted. I hope that the fans don't take it for granted how about the Camaraderie that we have as co host and we go to events and yeah The WRESTLEMAINIA party is cancelled or postponed. Or have you WANNA spin but when we're together when we're all in the same room that's exactly what the locker room is like day. Am You telling stories you laugh and talking about two kids your wife relationship like what's going on? I get the Sittin always going to be food conversation. We're always going to try to figure out. Where's the good place to go? Eat and like. That's that's that's what it is is just a it happens. Two hundred and fifty days a year. While you're you're you're you're talking about food. I'm not far from the kitchen. I can smell that Violeta's already starting to make lunch for today. Oh man and spend ten year Anniversary Party. You guys got to taste the parochial so well. I'M GONNA leave here Dave. Excuse me and I'm going to go pick up some boo Dan and some smoke Turkey necks and smoked Turkey hawks from God that came from Louisiana and I put an order in. Oh you're going to Louisiana. Hey Do me a favor stopping Scott Scott Louisiana at Don Seafood and give me some crackling and booth N. and like all the Cajun's across the country are going. Ooh Buddha. But like that's that's that's my day. I'm going to go and get something to eat. I can't believe that a three time hall of Famer. This is why he is it because he has a Turkey neck guy. I don't even have that. He's a TURT- listen mant smoked Turkey. Necks are unbelievable. You can put them in. Green's you can put them in spinach. You know like I mean. There's there's so many things you can just you know roast them and just eat. Turkey necks and the fingers. And make sure you wash your hands a key. And you have a crackling guy too. 'cause I know firsthand in New Orleans you gotTA crackling guy. Oh yeah man don seafood baby. If you if you never heard of it I look Don's Y'all send me some free shit because I'm shabby out right now. I'm shouting you out. From all mountaintop. The number one sport show in America. We're not taking a day off. We're not taking a break. We're none of that. Don Seafood telling you the crackling is ridiculous. They'll mail it to you. You can offer booed and seafood. Whatever and they'll put it in a airtight dry ice and your house in twenty.

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"painful" Discussed on Busted Open

Busted Open

11:59 min | 4 months ago

"painful" Discussed on Busted Open

"It's a Friday you know. It's a Frie- I've told a story with McKenna last Saturday while. That's a shame y'all need to get over that team. Bondi Ryan McKenna's Mike Guy he's don't sound like it. I'm told anyway as I was saying before so rudely interrupted what the hell was talking about. He said Ryan Mackenzie sweetmeat story. Oh Yeah told told the story about. He's got a kidney stones and I was like I can make you pass that thing. I could just come to Vegas for small nominal fee scoop you up in the world's strongest spike your ass on the floor and stuff just falls at you. I'm live I got to live. It happened to Tommy Dreamer. He had like a locket Judas Golan and spike and I had the smelly as far as tootsie roll in my pants ever after that was that was that from mark. Martin I told you a story mark gave me the world haven't heard okay well Me and mark wrestling. This is when they did Tony Atlas United with Mark Henry and mark gave me the world's strongest slam on the concrete. I mean on on the floor. And I'm you know laying there selling and Colin Delaney was there and count like Oh and like after mark he gets up. He's like oh I'm not like registering anything and then all of a sudden I do. I smell something. Pretty bad and Vince was unhappy with how mark and Tony? Walked up the steps and got into the ring together so he was making them do it over and the cameraman is telling me just lay down in the cameraman telling mark like Vince. Once you do because of the tape show so they have to come back and like it. Smells really really bad. And then like I'm like I know I didn't like do anything and Colin Delaney selling it so he didn't do anything and mark selling mark very weak stomach. And he's not he's selling then all right Tony Atlas maybe dropped like an old man protein fart and he walks over go man. That's gross so I'm laying there selling. They go do the thing I walk in the back. Vince is getting is yelling at mark. Tony and I want nothing do that so I go. I take off my pants and it was weird because I forgot my underwear at the hotel so I had like my wrestling underwear but forgot clean underwear so I pulled down my pants. I went in the shower comeback and there was a tootsie roll in my underwear like a big squared tootsie. Roll like a cube and I I'm looking around and then I pick it up and I smell it and it was disgusting and I remember like Lance cade was there and a few other. Wcw No there was a few other wrestlers. There wasn't a devastating disease. Cw Time www. And I look in the locker room ago which one you mother efforts shit in my pants and then I shit my pants because I remember like the the Slam. I remember like the people like everyone's selling it so then I take my underwear and I run to the doctor and I opened it up and I was like Dhaka Marketing. This slam like this fell out of me. I think. And he's like what is it he goes. It's shit and I go. Why is it like a perfect square q? And he's like. Did you ever hear the saying you get the shit knocked out of you and He goes that's like old meat stuck to your intestines and you got hit with such Like a violent hit that had just shot at. He knows it. Doc I know when I shit my pants before I didn't even feel it at I like I was like worry like is my butthole broken stuff. GotTa just keep falling out. And he goes man. He just delivered with such force and like goes. It's it's physics and there's weight and there's velocity and it just it just shot at you and I was like okay. Let's go out tonight. Normal Tuesday clean bill of health so anyone's got anything stuck in your intestines or Ryan's Kidney Stone Markle. Just slamming the floor. It's GonNa cost you now But nerve is not going to be nominal. Either you feel thing. I had like a a piece of meat from like. I don't know when I was like twenty to to shoot outs. That shit was caked against it but it was. It was good. Thank you mark so so mark you're really able to just slam the shit out of something literally literally and I remember another time with a big show. He stepped on my stomach. And I farted for like forty five seconds straight where I was like in the ring and I couldn't like stop it from happening and it was like every year that was in my body just like it was the longest passing of gas but I couldn't prevent it because he was like standing at least five hundred pounds and it was to the point where it hurt because all this air was leaving my body so it sounds like your whoopie cushion Kinda. I'm a lot of human whoopie cushions. E these are stories. You only get when there's not a whole lot wrestling around. That's where people want to know. Absolutely hear stories about wrestling. I mean that's the reason why we're here like you know. Tell some stories and bring people in the one thing that I don't like in pro wrestling today and I hate the beer damn owning my long. But you know I'm listening to some podcast other wrestlers and there's some things they get too sensitive to personal too explanatory about the business. I love movies. There's no secret if somebody came out and said what was going to happen and how they did it. I would be angry and because I want to be suspended belief. I want to be in his world of entertainment where I'm not thinking of. They did this to do that. Guys if within the sound of my voice cut it out. There's some things you just don't talk about your opening. You're you're you're putting a light on your eyes. You Open the curtain and you showed us like stop doing that all right so this is interesting. Mark and Tommy. I wanted to get your take too so you both say you know what there's a line even though like. This is a different era. This is a different time. There's still a line that people outside should not cross. Is that true one thousand percent. And you know it's there's where you gotTA. I always kind of look at it where you put yourself in other people's shoes guys when I was with Scott Steiner in the hospital. I'm with his wife and his why they're not really on social media and I'm with Scott d'amore mice And he's like. Do we say anything because the stories now breaking and it was you know it was trending And then Scott's wife said our kids don't know and now they're finding out through social media and social media saying their father died and right then and there I was like holy crap. How in the hell would you want to find out that news? Or how would you want to read that news if you were Scott Steiner's kids and it's also not true and it's not true and that like shine a new light on the aspect of social media where you know yeah for me I always Kinda you know I don't ever put my real life on social media. Even though ninety percent of my real life is professional wrestling. But like I've never really posted a picture of my daughter's I stopped posting pictures of my dogs because they get no social media attraction. Like I'm like nobody likes my dogs. I guess but that's it's still a business social media. It's not like Hey You know I woke up with sniffles today. I think I have corona virus or you know but that's just me and that's also shit like that. Yes and stop doing that. It's trying to get attention. That's why yeah everyone i. I don't blame people for doing it. I'm just telling you for me. You know it's that's just how I feel that yes. There is always a line like because I remember I did post a picture of my daughters and then someone said my daughters were hot and then my daughters were thirteen years old. And I got this rage that I want I would. I mean I have no problem killing a person and I would. If that person would have said that to my face I would have been arrested so like I was just like you know what I'm not GonNa do that. And my daughter's asked me not to post stuff on social media so cool but yes. There is senior daughters timing. You have a lot to be proud of the they are beautiful but not in a pervert way like all of the. There's a lot of our Kelly type people out there and there's some people that just won't they just want attention. They want to incite right. I mean don't do that like can we go a whole day without inciting a riot? Can we go through traffic and not cut somebody off? Because I just don't WanNa let this person over like stupid stuff. Simple little bitty tiny things that lead to big things and those are the things we need to correct and Tommy just for just so you know now. I'm curious. I WANNA see your dogs so you have to during the break. A post the pitcher so we can see the dogs. Because I'm a dog guy big show. I've I've watched big show cry when the commercial comes on of like the pound Burger Lachlan so I stopped following a few people because they always post like this dog will be euthanized today in somewhere taxes. I had to stop following people because they just post that and I I WANNA help everybody And every dog and I'm just like I can't because I start getting I'm not I don't get any anxiety but I like. I have to do stuff to help. Save this dog You know and even to the busted open nation there. There was a dog that We help save In New Jersey and the dog has beautiful home now a beautiful cane corso my friend Ashley. Her sister had to get rid of the dog and we found the dog home. So I love kind of courses. Well if I would next signed there's one I'll get you one well one another. I don't know of mouths to feed Sirius. Xm THAN LISTEN UP Commercial Free Music Plus sports comedy talk and news. They had it all a lot of people. Think you need a car to enjoy Sirius. Xm But you don't. 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"painful" Discussed on Last Day

Last Day

01:31 min | 9 months ago

"painful" Discussed on Last Day

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"painful" Discussed on Last Day

Last Day

11:51 min | 9 months ago

"painful" Discussed on Last Day

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was reported are they still alive if so are they still using are they okay are they happy whatever the case it worked out for them that day at least for responders responded those patients were likely brought to local emergency rooms where doctors treated them and in some cases helped saved their lives overdoses look a certain way this certain things that we look at for example you look at their level of consciousness we look at the pupils we feel the skin we look at the vital signs and based on those things we can make educated guess as to let drug overdose and sometimes it's a mix of multiple drugs which makes it more difficult to diagnose I'm never able to really tell for sure sure what the overdose on unless you know subsequently they have a complete turnaround in the and they tell me what they duck Dr J. has tons of training and experience but he's not a machine he's a real person with a range of complex emotions it's those emotions that make him so good at his job but it's also what makes working with people who struggle with opioid use Disorder so taxing it's what makes resuscitating someone laying on the Gurney in front of him barely breathing you like a rollercoaster of adrenaline exhilaration and sheer frustration so this is what the most dramatic events that comes through the because when somebody overdoses on opioid and they stop breathing or they're not breathing sufficient early they basically on the very verge of death they look absolutely terrible and generally they brought in by a friend or just dropped at the door and immediately rushed back into the and there's a scramble to one help them breathe and to get them the antidote which is no oxygen f why not own is the same thing as the narcan Karen was talking about before the break narcan is the brand name for no Laaksonen and what's incredible is that when you give the drug naloxone it almost immediately takes effect until you have somebody who goes on the verge of dying Pale slow pulse very low auction level completely unresponsive to very much awake and alive and I can't think of anything in medicine that is as dramatic in terms of its turnaround quickly at turns around from one exchanges other and you have this situation where somebody has a near death experience and then there are alive and you kind of have this assumption that when somebody has experienced like that that it would have an impact you know and they would be really thankful for being alive and kind of reflect have a hod reflection on what got them to that point but it doesn't happen like that this very often anger and immediate request to leave which is just you're just so taken aback by that is not what you would expect to see you dr hoping to have this really impactful interaction with the person and talk to them about what just happened Oh my gosh you're almost dead and now you're alive you know like what can we do to stop this from hat being again and that conversation almost never happens and I oftentimes have to really try to convince you able to even stay Dr J. is just trying to get them to stay so he can slide some fancy brochures across the table and talk to them about long term recovery sorry he's trying to get ahead of the very real and present danger that comes on as the naloxone wears off the half life it doesn't last as long as the drug that they're taking usually and so the fear is that when the antidote wears off then the drug that they were taken thus kick in again and they could have the same thing find themselves in the same exact situation where the not breathing and so I'm always trying to convince people to stay so I can watch them the monitoring them long enough so I feel comfortable that that they're safe and they're not gonNA end up right back in that same situation once the antidote wears off Duggal to get people to stay a just you know I want Outta here and you've got this sinking feeling that that is going to go back out to trying to fight this big powerful monster that keeps growing stronger and stronger like I keep imagining that implant from a little shop of horrors that is just screaming feed me Seymour feed me you know you know you know that movie that's that's what I keep thinking about Jay's fully aware of the nature of opioids how powerful they are how they make people do things that are so counterintuitive have I mean let's be honest they get a pretty bad fucking rap and justifiably so it's why we're doing this entire podcast but it's important to note that in some cases from a medical perspective but these drugs can be useful for people suffering with acute pain or chronic pain or those who are recovering from surgeries hello to see sections right here these medication this can and do offer real relief but I also see people who are kind of unwittingly stumbling towards addiction in those scenarios where they don't really understand no one's really talked to them about how to taper off of that under contract with other doctors sometimes breaking contracts coming to me requesting additional pain medication and then you know that leads the difficult conversations with people about that when Dr J. Talks about a patient being under contract is an agreement between the doctor and the patient whereby patient receives a certain number of pills per month from the doctor to treat his or her chronic pain the patient has to agree in writing not to seek opioid medication from any other provider for any reason other than like for for the patient is not doctor shopping or e r hopping or something like that I have colleagues who've become addicted to opioids have basically lost their career because of that yup colleagues as in doctors nurses healthcare professional type humans they're susceptible to I've had my d a number stolen in my signature forged and had multiple with police officers and so I had that whole experience and then I've had people come to the.

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"painful" Discussed on Last Day

Last Day

09:17 min | 9 months ago

"painful" Discussed on Last Day

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what happens when a person needs medical attention and dials nine one one in many cases they are scared frazzled unsure of what to do and an operator picks up someone cool calm and collected like our guest Karen and then what at that point we go through a series of questions to determine what's wrong with the patient if we can on their location part of what we do with them is give directions over the phone if there's someone who's there with them who can help them or even to the patient themselves Dell's if fifty nine one one to try to help them help themselves so they're coaching a person who's called to be a first responder by proxy until the actual counties show up if we're talking to the person who's overdosed that's great because that means they're still conscious and they're still alive and they were able to make a phone call and we can talk to them about Either do you have in our can do you have your own you know narking that you can administer if it's an overdose nor Kansas that nasal spray page mentioned our second episode she gave it to Stephanos several times it helps revive people who are overdosing if there's someone who's there with them and and you know depending on the condition of the patient will talk them through administering the Narcan we'll help you will walk you through administering it because it can be waiting for someone who's never done it before what we hope happens is that they slowly start to be able to breathe again and slowly come back because what can happen if Arkin has ministered too quickly and too aggressively is that they'll wake up very quickly and they'll be vomiting everywhere and they can choke on that and it turns into a different end of emergency but the idea is to get them to wake up slowly start breathing on their own again be able to support their airway not choke then slowly come back into you know being conscious and able to care for themselves again it only lasts for so long though which is one of the things that we see at times as people think okay I I gave Narcan and they're fine now so I don't need to go to the hospital that's a problem for us and if the patient isn't breathed gene then we'll talk to them about how to do CPR we'll walk them through every step of that we stay on the line with them until help arrives and then cares transferred over to the responding crews at that point in time when the crews got there seems safety is key for everyone making sure that everyone's safe as they go into to help nope and once the paramedics get there there can be a lot of other things to care for not just the patient that's why we like to have police there we like to have another unit there if possible as well you know make sure doors are open we want to be able to get to you make sure the dogs away so there's nothing that's going to impede us from getting to you and often times we you know I've been on scenes where there's evidence of children in so we make a really good attempt to search the whole house you never know where they're going to be there have been times when we've gone to scenes in there's no police officers available in we've had to have a second unit come to transfer the child so the child this is the kind of thing that makes a deep and permanent impression and a little brain that's still forming all its little brain pathways that then turn into big adult pathways we'll be digging into the effects of the separate Democ on children and a few episodes it's affecting schools it's affecting foster care it's overwhelming the system in a variety of ways and it's important people to ignore so this is important to note one person's overdose doesn't just impact that one person it ripples out Anna affects lots of people in a variety of ways and I'm not saying this to shame anyone I'm saying it because it's yet another reason not to look away to not ignore the problem because you think it's happening in someone else's backyard these paramedic see on the ground every single day day in and day out affects their work in lots of ways it definitely takes its toll emotionally it takes its toll emotionally I think that there are a lot of folks who sometimes go for the same patient three or four or five times a day and I think that that's it's frustrating for our crews at times because you know they they just see this cycle oh I'm sorry in case you missed that Karen just said that the paramedics she works with sometimes treat the same patient five times in one day so the same person as overdosing five times in a single twenty four hour period they do everything they can for them they wake them back up they get him to the hospital and then they walk back out oftentimes once they're alert oriented they can refuse treatment so they can get to the doors of the hospital and just walk right back out again and just go and do it again and again and unfortunately that does take its toll we see our crews in some of these areas who do get frustrated with that a lot it's easy to understand the sheer frustration of bringing the same person back from the edge of debt breath five times in one day which in theory seems like something that would be met with some semblance of gratitude but what makes it worse is that this isn't always the case and a large part of that is that being revived with narcan after an overdose sorta sucks like yes you are alive but it's physically miserable Karen's had folks on her team assaulted by patients like physically assaulted some people wake up angry because they just spent their last dollar on this high end you just ruined it for them and part of her job job is to make sure that her crews don't burn out that they can continue to do their work effectively well we try to help them with the idea that this is a disease it's not a a life choice and sometimes we switch them out tomorrow the city for a little while where if we we have cities that definitely have more drug overdoses than others we just have to be really aware and you know people self report that they've kind of built up some stress to these type of calls for a partner may call and say Kinda worried about someone I've seen their compassion shen level drop and things like that so that's when we know it's time to intervene and pull him out get an someone to talk to something like that.

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"painful" Discussed on Last Day

Last Day

11:43 min | 9 months ago

"painful" Discussed on Last Day

"Changes in the way we treat each other and ourselves find new chapter at the Vitamin Shoppe wholefoods your local health food store or online with trust would say number one not painful that's Dr J. and if it's not obvious he and that great accent are originally from Rhode Island but these days he works an emergency room in Minneapolis when people are dying this is how we helped them dies sometimes in a non painful way is by giving them things like morphine console it's absolutely not a painful way to die and the way that people die is exact same every time it just that they just don't breathing often that you get that decrease jive debris then you just stopped you and then you know you don't get the auction you need and you and you haven't arrest but of all ways I've seen apple pass this is not a painful at all is the least painful okay not painful that's good right let's say yes that is categorically good he went peacefully which is what everyone wants when all is said and done but what happened to Steffano physiologically to his body like why and how did it stop living the federal is the primary driver of the rose staffs overdose that's what's going to end up having the big effect on decreasing your drive to breathe the end result is always the same you have a decrease drive debris so you don't breathe or you don't enough then you don't get enough oxygen and then subsequently your organs start to feel specifically you're hot you go into cardiac arrest and then you die but those other ten people they survived any number of things could have happened between the in logged as a narcotic related incident and not dying but I imagine that someone called nine one that the paramedics arrived and that someone was able to save them I'm Stephanie Woodall's wax and this is last day clinically I oversee every paramedic an emt that works here so every call that goes on within the company eventually rolls up to me from a clinical standpoint that's Karen host she's the director of all kinds of things Cataldo ambulance it's it's a private ambulance service based in Massachusetts or stuff lived but before Karen became the boss she was a paramedic since she started a paramedic nearly thirty years ago Karen has been watching the number of drug overdoses go up and up and up in the neighborhoods she serves overdoses were not as common as they are now I would say we do probably about four hundred and fifty calls a day and there's a large percentage of those calls that are overdoses most of them are opioid overdoses they are now broadening in terms of who's been affected as well so it's all genders all ages socio economically it's there's no boundaries anymore in their use to be to reiterate every type of human person on the planet has the capacity to develop a sub I issues disorder and be the subject of one of these nine one one calls and if you've ever watched an episode of law and order you know what this call sounds like one person is desperately screaming into a phone while someone else is passed out in the other room and that's what we remember because it's so emotionally heightened dramatic but what about the other voice on the line the Karen in the situation what happens when someone like Stefano's wife calls nine one for help panicked to report that he's overdosed find out when we come back.

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"painful" Discussed on Last Day

Last Day

06:23 min | 9 months ago

"painful" Discussed on Last Day

"Before we get started we want to thank our presenting sponsor new chapter last day is about starting a new chapter in a national health crisis one People can find hope and solutions in a supportive community the journey to self care and a kinder approach big challenges can often start with small and simple retailers like Vita cost if you are joining us for the first time welcome hello you're happy to have you I promise that this episode will make the most sense if you start listening from episode one that is my advice to you today and every week let's also talk about tomorrow tomorrow. Lemonade media launches the trailer for our second original podcast series as me with Sinead I promise you you will want to listen to the incredible advocate educator Ted talker all around bad ass sinead burke as she talks to all sorts of extraordinary people about what it's like to live in their body and mind like what is really going on with this person then that is the good stuff so if you want to hear the good stuff subscribe now to hear it first okay here is the show and my mom runs support group in Houston for people who have lost their loved ones to overdoses we heard from a few of these people in our last episode Ooh when I went one night the summer several people described in detail the day they're person died and even though I've been there I admit that it was painful and a little uncomfortable to listen to these stories all of this is to say this episode we're going to talk about death like really really talk about it with medical people and if that's not something that you want to or Like you should hear about I get that and hope to see you again next week okay if you're still here back to the support group so there was this dad who described the night his twenty five year old son. Jonathan died he and his wife were Asleep Jonathan had gone out to see some friends and say his goodbyes because he was moving to Seattle the next day she hears him come in about midnight thank God he's home she being his mom and so he's got a flight eleven o'clock early so we generally are up at around five because we have dogs we take out before going to work she gets up the lights on in his room he's up early she didn't hear anything on the bathroom door close and she's like that kid he he just weighs electricity she opens the door and he dead on the floor so she runs in and she says Johnson's gone and I'm like he didn't come home no I think he's dead mm-hmm I get up and run into the bathroom and I see a belt around his arms around on the counter and I went to shake them and I was like why are you so cold I didn't understand I said why he is colds the floor and kind of rolling a little bit he's kind of seized up and he's blue call nine one one start. CPR I'm like I don't think I don't think it's going to do anything and then she says you are you refusing to start CPR. I said he range not believing what your eyes are failing as I'm sitting in this meeting listening to him tell this the horrible story I couldn't help but think about Steffano the similarities between their endings where they died how they died the moment their bodies were found Stefano's wife page got home from work around ten thirty apm her shift had been long she was ready to go to sleep but there was something nagging at her she hadn't heard from Steffano her husband all day she texted him a few times no response and the first thing she saw when she opened her front door has her cat crystal and when she got to the bathroom door it was just as Jonathan's mom had described Uh she pushed hard on the bathroom door but it wouldn't budge Steffano had collapsed against it thing that happened when Jonathan's parents called like can you imagine that once the got to the scene the first responders knew immediately that he was dead no breath no signs of life so-called just like Jonathan.

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"painful" Discussed on Last Day

Last Day

01:38 min | 9 months ago

"painful" Discussed on Last Day

"A little stiff the firemen come the police come the firemen just looked at their shaking their heads there's nothing they can do in the medical examiner's coming and you're I'm Jonathan Stephanos was stiff the operator instructed her to start CPR on her dead husband.

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"painful" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

FunnelHacker Radio

10:02 min | 10 months ago

"painful" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

"You can hear what works what doesn't doesn't strategies being used. Get your message out to the world. Welcome to funnel Hack Arabia everybody. This is going to be kind of a fun little podcast little difference in the the ones recorded recently. It's nested in a lot of the craziness that I'm seeing a lot of people wanna find. We have a lot of people have like unlock the secrets I think home they have to deal with people who are at their house. who were there and I said the same thing happen at any live event where you're at the side of the net and while you're there your experiences? Jersey crazy crazy amazing motions and your your taking partaking this crazy like fruit of just excitement and you're so passionate you're so jokes out and you can't wait to get home and tell everyone about it and then when you get there it doesn't actually land on welcome breath and welcome people who are Super Super Brookside sometimes like oh you all the time and then when things don't happen in the sequence in the timing they think it should they've been come back to to be even more frustrated with you. Actually there's a story I wouldn't things I love is to take stories from other parts of my life and like them to business. I love taking scriptures. I personally and finding there's I'm a huge believer in eternal truths eternal principles and I find this happens in business all the time time where there's just a law goes back to an old S. scripture I've heard many times and that is a lot your vocal decreed in heaven from before the foundations of this world upon which all blessings are predicated and when we any blessing from God's bow to the law upon which is predicated in other words. There's a law you go you figured out that lie and you get the reward and the blessing housing and I see this happening a lot but the problem is it doesn't happen at the speed and the time that you typically think it was it will and minorities in matching thing this is I've had a lot of people recently who have been sitting there and looking at Russell's and deans and Russell Dean Brian Delaney Lewis House Jenna Kucher jail the a a ton of other friends of mine who over in Fiji and they're they're at this crazy crazy resort. It's Tony's resort. No Molly and they're like no. It's just not fair. These guys you know they don't understand what's really like and these groups and they always get it. Always goes their way and I'm like wait a second only because I know every single one of them personally. I know what they've been through and I know the trials and the struggles and everything and enforcing for so many of us were not willing to go through that trial and that struggle so we'll tell you this story and stories found in the Book Mormon in a story where one of the Prophets as vision in his vision of the tree of life and what happens is is he sees this amazing fruit and he's this angel basically takes them to destroy of life and takes this fruit and it's the most delicious fruit he's ever had his entire life and white is pure fruit just amazing thing what he wants to do what everyone else around him to partake of it as well so he looks back to find his family it can take a fruit and some of them do and some of them don't and they fall away and as he starts to look around things he sees is wrought iron leads along this path to the tree of life and then there's this mist of darkness where a lot of people get confused and they kind of fall by the wayside now from the distance he sees this building without any foundation and this great and spacious building in this building he sees a bunch of people who are pointing what he referred to as the finger scorn at all of those people who are partaking of this fruit and see this thing happen in business and in life all the time. We're it's not uncommon that you'll go down this journey and your true and everything you possibly can in your head on this straight path auditory of life to particular this amazing entrepreneurial fruit and yet all of a sudden Mr Darkness come and they kind of knock you off your path and and it doesn't go exactly what you want and there's probably nothing that's more disheartening more frustrating than all of a sudden you get the finger of scorn. Were this painful power of people who were outside outside pointing down. It's using you'll never make it. You can't do it. I tried it doesn't work and I think those are some of the most frustrating people those who particular fruit and then just weren't willing to keep doing what it takes and I've seen this have been in business now for over twelve years online stuff and I've seen in his happened so many times where people they start and then they don't continue doing what got them to success and then they look back and say you know it just doesn't work and and what I find is typically. Those are the people who are most frustrated and most jealous and most envious of those were going for their dreams and going for their goals. There's nothing nothing that drives me crazier than a person who will tell someone else that doesn't work without giving them an alternative to sit there and say oh gosh you you can never do it. That won't work. That's just there's just no way that will happen and you don't give them another alternative. Why would you steal someone's dream and it's finger of scoring that gets pointed in. It's the power of frustration where you're like. I've been pushing and I've been working hard and it's just not happening the way I wanted to no only because I've been down there and I've been with enough people who've been down that road as well that is you continue holding onto that iron rod in other words you find the grew you find a person who's who's GonNa help. You and you continue doing what they've said. We'll we'll get you to where you need to go. As long as you keep doing that keep hold on as those mister dark has come which they always do they come for all of us where the doubt the fear of the frustration and all of a sudden the people and sometimes it's those people who are closest to you in the story of of the Prophet Lehi here to the people who fell away actual two of his sons they were pointing the finger scoring and mocking and threatening to and everything else more than anybody else this was and I think that's one of the things that's hardest is when those people who are the closest to mock your efforts or don't understand or they say what I've seen you try. There's so many times that this is going to be like everything else and it just sucks the wind right out of your sales. It's been fun to watch that my friends over there in Fiji's as last week one common thread I've heard from every single one of them and that is gosh. I just feel like just not living. I'm only I'm the only live like a tenth of what's possible. There's so much more out there and it's funny because I see other people who look at them. They're going like oh my gosh you guys have it all and yet even even when you get to that level and all of a sudden the heavens part basically and you see this glimpse of what you've future could be like and it's what if or one of my favorite words is imagine imagine what your life would be like if what you're working on actually worked imagine what it would be like if all of a sudden you doubled your sales match what it'd be like if you're able to increase not only your sales but also decrease decrease your refund rates or your churn rate or imagine if if you had all the customers that I've ever come through your door. What would your business be like then imagine if I mean there's just so many things and I it's so disheartening for me. When I see a lot of people who come in and they dabble here for a little bit and then life it just takes over as takes over basically takes them away from where they wanted to be a journey that they set out to the goals and aspirations they had and then they come back to it a year later and they see others who were just held on that iron rods just kept pushing forward and they're like only I just stayed the course and that's my I my main thing here is just realized the finger scorn is painful and it's powerful and you have to find a way of preventing it from really hurting you. You gotta find some shield that can can protect you from that because it's out there and typically it's from those who deep down inside. They really think they have your best intentions at heart but typically it's their own insecurities series that come up so with that said. I just want you to know that the key to a lot of this is surrounding yourself with others who are in that same going through the same courses. You are whether it's going through a one frontal challenge course whether it's attending follow hacking live staying close to the community what you find happens. Is it allows you to get that extra strength. It gives you that power. Take One more step forward and that's really all we want WanNa. Make sure we talk all the time just one funnel way. It may not be funny. You're working on that. You're one funnel away and I've seen this so many times in my own personal life. I've seen it in our life here at clicks. I've seen the lives of our of our customers and lives is our customers customers. Realize you're out there. I mean like right now. It is almost ten thirty at night. Jamie Nick and Jake are busting out here working trying to get everything done for birthday launch. We have coming because all the things that we're trying to do to make sure that things happen in a way that provided every tool and every resource source you possibly can get so that as that finger scorn gets slandered you gets you feeling the pain of it that you realize there's a community here to support you to be with with you and to help you get through that so. I have an amazing day. Hope you'll see it. Finally I can live. If you haven't got your tickets by all means go to DOT COM pick it tickets and we'll see you there and and you guys are absolutely get a die when you hear what we announced a week from today so I'll close birthday September twenty third. This is actually probably be come out after that but then you'll be able to celebrate and cheer on all the cool stuff that right now our whole team here this evening working they done great. I guess all right hope you enjoyed. The podcast gassed.

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"painful" Discussed on Success Unscrambled | Blog Traffic Tips | Business Success Stories

Success Unscrambled | Blog Traffic Tips | Business Success Stories

03:12 min | 11 months ago

"painful" Discussed on Success Unscrambled | Blog Traffic Tips | Business Success Stories

"Companies like universities where you get access <hes> to the system but having to manually like on on sort of sign up as an individual customer. That's one of the big drawbacks of learning management systems. Those big big ones all right so creating your first course on teachable. Not you knew knew what is involved from a financial point of view. It is time to look at the usa. Experience is daunting. Can you really have your calls upon winning indeed instead instead of months well last year. I decided to take the plunge and create my first free course on teachable. It took me about a week and hottest spot of creating that course was recording the screen share videos on on the post production as video. I i enjoyed videos and i guess if i had the best competes in the will to get done. I have a mark on macbook air so it isn't the be good for processing videos. If i had a much more powerful computer would be much better but i still enjoy doing it because i knew how and that is one big thing <hes> so i use a quick time to create the actual screen share and i use for more than two what we would call <hes> do the post production the more good to processing critic or editing <hes> videos. I always edit my podcast so it's quite good and depending on the level of course if it's a very <hes> professional signature course i would also use a four nick to to to to help the leveling of the sound on the actual video itself so that is what takes a lot of time when you actually do videos it takes time to render <hes> <hes> using all of those different <hes> <hes> what's the word i'm looking for tools and that's just the nature of the bee's sort of shorted sorta video. You have available less time. It takes postproduction if you're doing a big mass of course then unfortunately that's what takes a lot of time but the good news is <hes> if you have once you have videos produced in terms of the layout structure of the course etc then an uploading videos to teachable is a lot faster than actual producing videos itself because i have been through this <unk> press process. I knew now an experience. What is your experience was like and i know that it's it's well worth it so how to set up your food costs and teachable. I'm just gonna walk through now. Step-by-step how you doing it. I know you're listening to a podcast but maybe maybe you are listening and <hes> actually getting set up on teachable right now. We've got videos ready and you've got the tax exon p._d._f.'s ready so let's go to process so i you log into teachable or create your account via teachable logging screen and i do have screen shots.

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"painful" Discussed on Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan

Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"painful" Discussed on Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan

"You know, in in help us know that we're actually making a difference. And I think everyone of us no matter what we do. We always want that little tap on the shoulder to say, yeah, you're doing the right thing in rug out those emails. It's yeah, it's, it's just been. It's always reinvigorating to me, you know. So Sanal whenever I run out to Virginia, you know that you're part of the world. Do that course in April, you know, I'm just really excited them to see the what chain, what more change we can make well end Virginia Donald. Systems are just awesome mice. Well, they're, they're more awesome now because I'm not anymore. Way were awesome. Now. So it's nice to get a positive Email. I don't know if this happens to you. I know with insurance in being such a painful topic, I actually get a lot of emails where it's not. There's not this nice resolution. I get the opposite. I get a lot of. I mean, I still get good ones but but a lot of the bills I get our, I've tried to talk to my doctor. I've tried to get him or her to change. I've tried to get my team to change. They don't understand that we could get audited, blah, blah, blah, blah. So there you know, maybe. Maybe I'll start getting more of the your, your type e mails in the future. But for right now, I think a lot of people when it comes to going back and making such a huge change in process with insurance. I don't think that's that's necessarily an easy switch to flick. So I knows I do people come up to the end in and you know, they still feel like, gosh, love what you said. But you know, in the know that Monday's not gonna be different because the doctor may not want to change. The doctor is stuck in his or her ways, you know, and in in those are the that's the tough ones. You're right, you get those. And yes, I tried, but that's tough while and I actually. I wish I had a dollar for every time. Somebody came up to me and said, oh my gosh, I wish my dog could for this and and vice versa. Actually, it's really interesting. I'm getting a lot of doctors, young doctors who will say, I wish my team had come to this and I'll say, why? Why didn't you bring them in? And there's all sorts of I wanna call them rookie HR mistakes that I hear. So I'll hear things like I didn't wanna have to pay them. I didn't know how valuable this was going to be, or I'll here will they told me they didn't want to take the course, and that's a rookie HR mistake because that's a leadership issue. You know, here's the doctor saying, I'd like you to take this course and the staff is saying, why don't wanna take it? I mean, what's your already in trouble? Like I don't even wanna say that to them, but I know basically already. So you can fix that before you ask me any insurance questions because that's that's a huge problem there, but it is. It is nice to get our fan mail, good or bad. So keep that up. And we in a couple of questions here. I share them with you. We have a couple of questions on in the podcast in all of that, and I, I have you know the head this podcast convention earlier in the year, do you have voice dentistry? And we, we both weren't able to go because we were at Yankee, but I haven't already in my calendar for next year, but everybody in their brother now is having a podcast which I think is good. I don't mean that in a demeaning way. I think it's nice. Everybody's finally getting a, they're, they're having a voice in. It's easy to get that voice out instead of waiting to get picked up for our speaking at the podium are man, you know, at regular show and and I will say you have a podcast eight. I'm has a podcast sandy Purdue and her her daughter, Dana, have a podcast now. Which has been really fun. What other podcasts are there out there. Does the, she's she's getting off the tee with hers, it will. It will happen. I don't think her launch episode has happened yet, but but I think I think it's coming very soon. You know..

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