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Must Read: Stillness Is The Key by Ryan Holiday
"A lot of people here. The title stillness is sticky. And you think that your some sort of you know Buddhist monk that has no emotion that's not really Producing modern things in the world. Maybe a little bit old fashioned. No stillness is a sense of calm intercom that we often experience when we're in the zone. I remember when I was playing basketball competitively when I was younger. There's a sense of stillness. When things are just going right the game almost slows down for you. It's like everything becomes a little bit easier and I'm running up and down the court so it's not like I'm not moving. My body armor not being active. It's an inner stillness. It's a sense of common sense of confidence that you have. You can be an extreme action taker and still possessed stillness. That Ryan talks about now. If you're listening to this podcast you're like you know what Omar I'll have tried to meditate. I try to really habit. Stillness it's just not for me. This book is not about meditation. It goes way beyond that. It's more about how to make an informed decision. Whenever you're not a high stakes game situation. He gives countless examples. The one I remember off the top of my head is President Kennedy making really tough decisions during the Cuban missile crisis and how he exercise inner stillness to make sure he made the right decision and saved a lot of lives. He also gives examples from Steve Jobs and other modern day entrepreneurs so normally at the end of this kind of episode St Episode. Until you read this book because Xyz. I'M GONNA get in front of a renowned. Say The reason why you need to read. This book is because as an entrepreneur. You're constantly making decisions on a daily basis job as the leader of a company and you want to make sure that you're making more right decisions that wrong decisions and we often make wrong decisions when we're flustered when we don't have that peace of mind when we have that anxiety when we have that sense of imbalance we WANNA make sure that we're constant making clear headed decisions with a bigger small because they all have some sort of domino effect in our business. This is the main reason why this book is Worth Reading. Because of that fact alone you make decisions on the daily right always if your state of mind is not in the right place. It's GonNa Affect those decisions now. The second big reason why you need to read this book as an entrepreneur is business is stressful and you need to learn how to manage that. Stress can't get rid of the stress as long as you're in business you're going to have stress. But how do we manage it? How do I make sure it doesn't affect our personal health if we don't take care of our personal health and manage stress? No-one will okay. And if you're in bad shape your businesses in shape. You are the captain of the ship and the ship goes down when you do so understanding how to manage that stress especially in that moment when you're in that stressful moment is important in this book gives you incredible insights but thirdly this book is more about wisdom than actual you know having some sort of zen attitude. How do you become a wise person? Somebody who really has a ritual a routine of really gathering the facts and making the right decisions and make the right judgments about what's going to happen in the future and I feel. This book really covers all three now. I want to tell you this book is a how to guide is not like a common stillness and wisdom for dummies. You know it's not a ABCD now you're wise. No and if it was that way everybody would be wise. Be So simple. It asks you to ask them two questions of yourself to reflect absorb the information. This is not like a book you can zoom through you read. You think you ponder it takes some time to get through a chapter because forces you to think about how does supply in my own life. Am I doing these things? One of my caught in these traps that type of stuff. I found it very helpful to read this book before bed puts me in a great state of mind kind of good a bed with a little bit more wisdom a little bit more communists and I wake up the next morning. Ready to take on and implement the stuff. I just read last night. One of the big takeaways early on his book. Is this idea of having an empty mind and living in the moment The best parallel abyss example. Gibson's book is like when you were child when you were a kid and used to play outside. You didn't think about tomorrow. You didn't think about yesterday. You just thought about that moment. You just enjoyed the moment. You lived that moment whether you're playing tag or playing baseball with your friends or whatever it was when I was a kid I used to love to draw on the color and I remember clearly when I was doing those activities. I was just really interested in seeing that drawing. Come together or coloring in coloring book or that page in the coloring book now I was just enjoying it in the moment and just seeing it all happen. I didn't think about. What did I draw yesterday? I didn't think about what am I gonNA do tomorrow. And that whole worry mind was never there. And he's encouraging US and giving us some techniques to get back to that because that's when you're really living when you're enjoying the present moment a lot of us entrepreneurs we always are looking to the future always looking to what's going to happen next week next month. This quarter rig ahead or goals or targets all that. Kinda stuff right. We can't help but do that. We're we're goal driven and I'm not saying to stop it completely but I'm going to say that don't always do that. Give yourself time to enjoy the moment. The moment that you're in right now building your business for me. The moment right now is recording. This podcast episode. You know I have the privilege of having the ability to get up and do a podcast and have been doing it for six years of growth an audience and it's great to share what I've learned and and Hopefully help other people and most of us. We don't really take the time to think about that and really enjoy every day. Every moment that we're doing our thing in our business building our business making calls writing emails getting on webinars creating sales pages whatever. It is really appreciating that most of us are thinking. When is this going to be done? What's next what's the next thing to do? In my opinion it has to be a balance. You have to think of the things you have to do in the future otherwise. You're not going to get anything done. You HAVE A to do list. But when you're doing the to do's be president at to be president a moment realizing the moment. Hey I'm privileged to be able to start a business. This is not feasible for some people in the world. You'd be able to do this to have the finances to have the time to have the ability to have the opportunities that we don't realize is if you know the English language and I'm assuming you do because you're listening to this podcast you are privy and you are made available to so much knowledge on the Internet books that are published in English or Sony. Books that are not translated in other languages Especially the things that just get published brand new books on a subject and you get that edge. That's a blessing. It's incredible so by doing that by living in the moment you tend to have more gratitude and that's why generally children or more happy okay. Now of course that's not the case for all children but if you look back on your kid you were generally happier because you weren't worrying about the future or dwelling about the past you're like hey things are all right. You know. I'm eating my Peter Murphy Jelly Sandwich and watching some cartoons and You know and you just were happy in the moment and this is a really important point. I know I'm I'm harping on a lot. But because a lot of entrepreneurs were building rebuilding or grow or try and make more money. We're trying to build our revenue and all that kind of stuff is great but we enjoy. The journey happens is at ten twenty thirty years ago by and we say hey the best years of my life I spent doing. What did I enjoy that? I actually appreciate it. Did I recognize that? Those are the prime years of my life. Time flies by okay so let's make sure that we live in that moment.
"peter murphy" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It
"Corporation And they do fifty overs per innings. Okay and over is just three bowls. Three Pitches Zik. Srb Six six six so essentially like six. Each side throws three hundred bowls and then then then the game's over And then the third one was. It's called T. Twenty which is just twenty overs. So even shorter goes quicker. Yeah I'm all in for the test. Give me give me the longest like most arduous like like in test cricket the players if you look at the players they by the end of it our sunburnt. They're they're wearing the coolest like God like safari hats and they. They don't look like athletes. They look like they're just lounging around. They've got this all this loose clothing like linen clothing and it but but at the same time there's this like essentially a little meteor being hit off of like a flat bat like coming at your face in your armed with you know unless you're the catcher almost nothing So have you catch it in the air? It's like Oh my God and their strategy to it but I like the guy you know the way to score so okay. Here's how you scored why they run back and forth a bunch. Compare to baseball so eleven. So there's two batters on the field but you only bowl to one of the batter's that time obviously there can't be two balls in but that would probably make it exciting. I'll be like sure but then so let's say you bowl the ball to me. I hit it and it's in Infield so there's the pitch where all the Pitching happens. Then there's the infield and there's the outfield like baseball but Think of it as like a circle not not trying Diamond Yay so then pitch Infield outfield. And let's say I hit. It ended a maybe makes it to the outfield on the ground. And it rolls but one of the outfielders picks it up in that time that takes them pick it up however long it takes or how many ever times me and my partner decide. Because there's another batter on the field to carrying their back decide to run back and forth. That's one point every time we go back and forth that's how you score points That's one way to score points another way. If you hit it and it reaches the boundary can roll it can hop can skip bounce but it go leaves the field of play like a home run. Would in baseball then. That's four points but if if you bullet and you hit it out and doesn't touch the ground and it goes over the boundary six points. Whoa and about how many points do I want to get to the end of it? That's the thing you want to get it just as many as you can because one interesting thing about cricket that I I mean. There's a lot of things that I did not know before I started watching the videos but one of the things that I definitely didn't realize is that half of the game as one team batting and the other half of the game is the other team batting not like going back and forth the way that you do in Baseball. Just you have your chance. And then the other team has their chance and that's it. So how many do we are we talking like? There's definitely a ballpark no pun. Intended like for you know for like even like basketball score like yeah what are you. What are you end up with after four days of doing that thing? I don't know because an inning is when everybody bats so and you know you pretty much you pretty much but you flip a coin to see who goes first and who goes second. It's not a home team away team. And it's got to be like the Shitty Law that you Paul. Oh you do. It seems like you would wanna go second so you have. Yeah you'd want to go second so you have like my. Yeah how many you need to get exactly exactly so you have a goal in mind like two hundred runs. You know several hundreds yes so after I watched the how to videos I watched some highlight videos of matches. I at one point I watched. It was the last three overs of a match between India and Australia and it was like this huge comeback for me too. What a rivalry too. Yeah Yeah that one I think was going up to like the the the mid hundreds but then I watched it another one. That was up in the three hundred between India and Pakistan. And that was that was like Yeah Yeah Wow so yeah. It seems like it can go. And there's a lot of scoring AF for a game that's considered quote unquote like boring or not. It's not as appealing. You know you think about this. Well it's fast scoring you. Think about Hockey there's fighting. It's like it's like. There's a lot of scoring happening. You know yeah so. Women appeared appear to play the sport. Right there's league good. Yeah I just looked up randomly hottest cricket players and then the female came up like the first thing. Yeah suge Elise Perry Australian cricketer. We've gone well. She's a Sierra Taylor. All at over that hot to be honest thing right well. Yeah there's some crooked Babes Babes. Yeah well listen Indian lady there. Are Things pretty okay? Well no I just looked up hottest male cricket. All right Oh Yeah and We've got VIRATA coli. Very Course Kevin Pietersen Shaheed Afridi And then if you go to images There's a beautiful picture of three men holding their bats. In front of their penises. Ow Oh yeah I like that. Wow that's good. That's those are good looking guys by the way I assume they're all British Australia. And we're Indian engine or oh well these guys. So what's the like the best team like you know because I like soccer like changes like every Brazil is like always like one of the best? I mean I was Germany's got to look up this. I was looking up this incident out. Maybe we'll talk about what's happening here. I would say the best teams I mean India New Zealand. Australia all right. Yeah and obviously that Britain I mean they're good but they I mean starting they're good. I mean the damn thing along with colonizing those contract and there's just you know they start. These New England starts these like international rants us. Yes soccer like soccer cricket like sports and then now they're terrible at them. Wow Yeah do busy coming to Hollywood and taking over roles off very intense channels. Been looking at hot. What did you trick hottest cricket players male but actually crooked weird as find a way and into this because I I don't know to me like there's two kinds of sports right guys. It's worth but there's two kinds of sports. The one kind of sport the team sports. I'm talking teams for it. So one is like the constant action right like we're talking like basketball basketball is great example. I find it very fun to watch like almost like. Don't WanNa wash it all get sucked in right away. I'll pick team and they'll be like a couple of hours and so you don't have a team. I don't have a team. No I don't watch sports but like this because of this and so then like Soccer I find interesting. Even though like things rarely happen happen. Yeah there's kind of motion there's Movement. There's yeah bubbling there's activity. There's some kind of brewing happening to that. I say you're right but I think there's a way to watch each sport. That's different like in basketball. Love the action of the scoring. Three point shots dunks creativity but in soccer and then. I'll get into cricket in soccer. I think it's just as impressive to score like on same plane. You you say. A mid range jumper is just as exciting to watch as a A difficult diagonal pass you know connect and then in the way that I want. Try and watch it. You know where you think about What's happening and then so in cricket it's all about the build up like it's like these guys are silly you're gonNA say like the second version was probably like the second kind right off. Sports with cricket fits base- baseball right like array of like static static. There's no lack of movement rangers black hole the action and all of a sudden shit's going down everybody's free American football's the same way kind of right like just stuff is people are moving but then like the big. Shit's going down your war. Whoa WHOA that's when everybody gets like sucked into the battle looks away from their beer and like in the person talking to looks at the screen. That's a really great point in in the sense that like I think football American football is easier to watch at home. I would say cricket has to be easier to watch at home because of you know the time in between bowls. Same with baseball. Probably but there's a certain you've been to a ton of like baseball parks. There's a certain line it's like a nick. Nick Yeah exactly nine actually. And that's what I- I picture myself going one of these test cricket matches and I'm there for like five days straight and I'm having a coach Coachella almost like. Oh my gosh yeah. That's a great. Yes exactly Oh man yes yes camping hanging out of neither little guitar a little campfire ride like a little. Yeah yeah must be like a community in like the parking lot. Every night I tell Winnebago with the family that Mu- that probably is really cool. Very family friendly. Sounds like you like your year around all right and may were all going to go to the test cricket match. Oh my gosh. That's what we're spent takes off of work and we're going to go to the test match. Peter like baseball more than cricket or the other way round because obviously of so similar. Good question and in the way that you were describing football earlier I think there are ways to To take the elements of the excitement of football and apply them towards cricket. In the way that you watch it or like a way that anyone watches it. Do I like baseball than cricket? I like visiting baseball stadiums more than I like than I have ever visited. A cricket are their cricket stadiums. And Yeah Yeah Yeah I mean there's the England Cricket Stadium But can turn it into that. Yeah yeah I guess like any kind of multipurpose field could be used for that Madison Square Garden type of thing? I would say that basketball court. I home my God. That'd be crazy dog. Show for with Minister should leave astroturf up after Westminster to bringing some largest. Yeah maybe my Gosh. Clean up a little bit been accident. There have been accidents in that dog. Show before right. You know for sure that happens a lot in a lot an agility like dog agility manageability. It doesn't happen a lot but once yeah of course yourself dressing. No but I don't do the like do people dress in nineteen thirties. Outfits Walking Dog. I don't do that like dress more like you went out. Go to go running. But then you have the dog and the dog performed the obstacle course and. That's when the most poops happen. No I wouldn't say that there's no there's no I feel like here's the thing appositely slick wants to a dog wants to. He hasn't happened to. My Dog. Was Big Hound now but you walk the dog constantly before they get out of there. So there's kind of knows no reason. Why dog should go unless they're like sick or nervous or shy some shit. I never think of like that though dog. I guess so I mean. The consent of their like handler is like being dramatic. Maybe like they like shooting pants. But I'll say like focus on the game liquid. There is in the game then on the on the stadium. Look you put a dog out there. And he got that pressure. You need to get thirty runs on Twenty. A bowls bows yeah. Exactly the only got two wickets left. Yeah what do you do if you want to go to the bathroom with these long fricking do they take breaks or like a tea break? Marty? Yes there's room for breaks but also I mean yeah there's there's yes property like Shit Shit. Hold town before you get out there. I'm guessing right. I mean yeah you gotTa Clean Clean Jerk off before you got to get rid of all bodily fluid but what's the deal with the jerking right? Can you remind for athletes for boxers? Like your boxers ops. Do not have sex right before matt. Well how long I mean. There's usually a with a lot of all boxers. Here's what they don't tell you. Every professional boxer virgin. Wow Yeah. It's like being a priest had a lot of ways. Muhammad Ali. What is what is it. That's why that's why he changed his name. Lester cashes clay. Clay was a noted. Coon hound. L. My God the devil here out of this expression he was going yeah..
"peter murphy" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"ABC news Hey guys our top story truckers from around Oregon arrived at the state capitol in Salem tomorrow to show their opposition to the captain past climate change bill that's Peter Murphy says travelers need to know the highways and freeways we'll be a little more crowded they can plan in advance of it's going to take more time to get down to five or across the state or whatever it might be two lane highways can experience delays Murphy says you might want to give yourself some extra time if you're taking on the highways across the cascades says gives or the coast range the truckers were opposed to the climate change bill because of a result in higher fuel prices at outside investigation of mercy core's handling of child sex abuse claims against one of its co founders is now complete eleven ninety K. X.'s Gail Cunningham's following developments the firm vestry lake concluded that the international relief agencies leaders mis handled the case of get stills were call for the nineteen nineties and a re examination of the case in twenty eighteen the review follows in Oregon live investigation showing executives allowed Culver to remain in the top position despite credible claims that he sexually abused his daughter Tania Culver Humphrey cover denied the allegations and was never charged with a crime he died in two thousand five among the report's recommendations that mercy corps higher chief ethics officer and investigate whether Culver abused others during a legislature is considering a bill that would add a ten dollar fee to the cost of a mattress eleven I can't yes as Michael desman explains house bill fifteen sixty four would set up mattress disposal sites around organ and add a ten dollar fee to the cost of a new mattress fox Oscar over the international sleep products association says they are okay with the bell but not the amendments in counties with populations over ten thousand we'd have to have at least one site and that site would have to be open at least one day a week and this would change it to six days a week if passed the measure would cost the state over three hundred thousand dollars that's live in any case yes is Michael Desmond I brand for news radio eleven ninety K. E. acts performed not only affects.
How Rare Are All-Black Chickens?
"It's not often that you look at an animal and think I bet all the goth kids wish they had a chicken like that meet the IM to money the Peter Murphy or Robert Smith Smith or Lydia dates or darth vader chickens. Pick your pop culture reference. All visible parts of this chickens exterior feathers beak tongue comb and talents are black back and it would seem as if darkness should end there but not so it's inky exterior is just a teaser darkness within it turns out the bones organs begins and muscles of the IMG are all black as well which in addition to their rarity explains why these birds are so popular amongst chicken aficionados. They're also dubbed the Lamborghini of poultry because the going price for these guys can range between two hundred dollars for a single egg layer hen and five thousand dollars for a full grown mating pair her native to the Indonesian island of Java. Im Toumani has been used in rituals and kept status pets by the elite for centuries. They were thought thought to have black enchanted blood. The lift curses or heal ailments strangely enough. The blood is one of the only obviously normally pigmented things about these birds aside from there cream colored eggs but when you look at an im money the superstitions around. It's being magical seemed completely rational because this chicken is gorgeous gorgeous in the sunlight. Their plumage matt black like a charcoal briquet. It's cured dozens like a Hubble telescope rendering of Nebula in deep space like looking into the most hypnotic not all covered pedal in the mall parking lot. These chickens are complete knockouts but why what could possibly cause a chicken's flesh and bones to appear to have been pickled in India ink it turns out I am to money is the world's most extreme example of a condition called dermal hyper pigmentation or fiber melanomas three other chicken varieties have this condition to varying degrees the silky Bam tim the Vietnamese Kung and the Swedish sport Kuna and I couldn't find pronunciations on those last two. I hope I didn't butcher them too. Terribly research published in two thousand eleven revealed this genetic condition causes strange behavior in chicken in embryos precursors to Melanin sites which are the cells that produce the pigment Melanin pigment that gives our human hair eyes and skin dark color usually the precursors to Mona sites in chicken embryos wind up in just the skin and eyes of the developing birds but in chickens with fiber melanomas those precursors travel throughout all the tissues of the embryo and what's more they don't shut down the usual stage instead they continue to multiply by creating way more Melania sites than usual which leads to the hyperinflation that we see in these birds once they hatch strangely enough scientists believed the mutation that leads to fiber melanomas and chickens is so unusual that it most likely happened only once in a single bird that lived thousands of years ago. No one knows how gene transfer I the globe from one jet black bird but Marco Polo wrote in twelve ninety eight about black boned chickens while he was traveling in Asia so the gene probably made its way around the world via trade routes interestingly even though the flesh I am. Toumani looks strange. It reportedly tastes just like chicken.
70 climate change protesters arrested outside of New York Times building
"In New York City this weekend. Say they ended up arresting about seventy climate change activists after they blocked traffic outside the New York Times building. Peter Murphy, was among those taken into custody. I am here to demand that the media makes priority coverage for the climate crisis that we're in this should be the number one conversation that every news source of having every single day and Oregon conflict over climate change legislation. Led to the closure this weekend of the state capital. And in Germany, climate activists have been protesting at one of the country's biggest lignite coal
"peter murphy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The puzzle boiling giving his television interview since three hundred forty six people died in two crushes and he's used the opportunity to apologize for Hampshire is on the business desk. Yes, this is the chief executive of Boeing Dennis muhlenberg, who use the ease the opportunity to say sorry to all the people who lost loved ones who lost fathers mothers daughters. Children in these two crashes one in Ethiopia one in Malaysia. Mr. Berg was speaking to CBS Anka, Norah O'Donnell. Do you think it would be appropriate to apologize personally apologized to some of the families? I do personally apologize to the families. This is I've mentioned earlier. We feel terrible about these accidents and we apologized for what happened we are. We are sorry for the loss of lives in both accidents were sorry for the impact to the families and loved ones. That are are behind in that, that will never change that will always be with us. I can tell you, it affects me directly as a leader of this company is very difficult. Well, it, it gets to the core of who we are at feels personal. It's of my thirty four years at, at Boeing, this has had the biggest impact on me of anything that's happened. And you know, we, we can't change what happened in these accidents. But we can be absolutely resolute in what we're gonna do on safety going forward. So I am sorry for that. We apologize to the families benefited, we apologize more broadly to the travelling public were, you'll confidence spent -ffected when people who are scared impacted our airline customers. Right. We, we regret that as well. And so we're, we're stepping up. We're taking responsibility. We know we have improvements we can make will make those improvements. And we're committed to safety for the long run. That was the CEO of Boeing Dennis, Bloomberg speaking to CVS journalist, Nora O Donnell. Now, the crushes, of course, led to the grounding of all seventy seven max jets around the world while they're checked for safety. The aircraft, we've already been told his unlikely to into service before least August the Mets the earliest, it might reenter service, according to the head of the airline industries trait body oughta surprised to hear him, speak like that. I was very surprised to hear him speak, like I normally a chief executive officer doesn't use the word sorry on making a policy because normally the lowest regard that is killed or fold, but Boeing, well past that at this stage and then moving onto contrition and hence, the reason that he made that statement mistrial. Mr. hunt show. We thank you. Utility World Service without James in London. I taught stories right now, the search is continuing for more than twenty people in the Hungarian capital, Budapest accent, which killed at least seven South Korean tourists will hear from Hungary shortly, as you've been hearing new elections in Israel, and the prime minister says he's confident of victory in the second election within months after failing to strike coalition, dill, and Louisiana's become the latest US state vote for tough restrictions on abortion. Can I just say it's really difficult as a national fund here, the sports news? But I'm happy for the Chelsea coach. Glad you have it for the Chelsea catch. Chelsea on the third European trophy. In eight years, beaten are still full one to lift the Europa league title in Baku edna's odds scoring twice afterwards. It was likely to be his last match for Chelsea result means also will be playing in the league again next season. Chelsea. But it's here. Sorry as you were leading to Allen, his first ever major tightly said afterwards he feels he's done enough. Now to stay in the fix season away from that match Olympic champion. Casta Semenya has filed an appeal against the court's will attrition for sports decision to allow world athletics governing body to impose limits on testosterone levels in female athletes. These African says the cost is a breach of her fundamental human rights. The WEF's says the new release needed to protect sport. At Africa's only Representative at the cricket World Cup will get told them on the way in the opening game. So that forgo playing hosts England in the opening match in around two hours time note. Dale stain, though, full South Africa because of injury which kept him fifty says will leave them needing a last-minute plan bait. Ross, thank you. At least seven people have died after capsized on the river in Hungary's capital, Budapest. A large rescue effort has been continuing with boats, dive, spotlights, radar scanning on the river for several kilometers downstream from always AFP correspondent Peter Murphy in Budapest. I wouldn't assist hold local media. There was a collision between the tourist boat, which was carrying Saif Korean tourists much larger boat, a river, cruise boat of which there are many going up and down the Danube, and they don't and Budapest. There wasn't a collision between these two boats. It was seen are captured on camera footage that has been published on local websites in the recent hours. And all the people on board this smaller sightseeing boat fell into the water seven were fond pulled out of the water. Unfortunately, dead another seven were rescued alive and are in hospital and a further twenty one people are still unaccounted for police are searching searched all night and continue to search through the entire events of the river Danube in Hungary because current is so fast that it is one body has reportedly been fined several kilometers of where the accident took Klis. Hush. You mentioned South Korean tourists was everybody on board. The boat. All everyone after thirty five people on board according to the police. I'm thirty three of the thirty five worse. I've Korean tourists the other two people were Hungarian crew. Members. According to police source Korean officials, have said that they are sending over a team of itchy and people from Seoul to help the Hungarian authorities, and our search efforts and that search effort, those rescue efforts of form of their taking them. You talked about the geographic spread of it. But how doing it exactly? They have professional emergency service personnel, including high vers- through the night. They had. They had powerful lights shone from all the bridges and Budapest. There was torrential rain as their husband for, for much of the last few weeks here in Budapest, which contributed to high water level, which has hampered the rescue process last night. It was also stormy Renate. It was very, very bad visibility. So the army has been helping arts and have closed on the both riverbanks and Budapest. And our armed are searching the water for the twenty one missing people. How unusual is something like this in Budapest? Well, it's highly on usual. I don't remember a kiss, like it's this scale which is exceptional. There are many, many sightseeing boats, which ply, the tourist sections that time Budapest. This accident cliffs right in the middle of the past close to the parliament, which is one of the biggest. Sites in the city, and there's a lot of traffic. But something like this is it's completely exceptional piece of Budapest, the press. Correspondent there two years this multi journalist in gluteal was by Kabul was one of Malta's leading investigative journalist spent years investigating alleged government corruption, including many, laundering untucked division now in a report published Europe's chief human rights watchdog as the failure of your forages to identify the mastermind behind the mother raises questions about the rule of law in Malta, it father points out that if Malta cannot will not correct. Its weaknesses European institutions must intervene. Gerona is deafness icon say, we've been allowed to go through the normal stages of grief. At least I haven't been able to do that. We're constantly battling governments. On the offensive against my mother's memory. And the game starts for the simple act of seeking jobs for her and for her investigations. I saw my mother being blown out in front of me. So I don't think you can get a clearer picture of that than that. There is a new report now that's quite critical of the way the Maltese government has been handling the case. What do you make of what they said? This is a fight. That's been really hard. One of the fact that we weren't allowed to, to grieve is that the Maltese government immediately? So my mother's mother as a public relations problem and source to paint on Libya or Italian organized crime, which my mother was not investigating the report is it's marks of complete realization within Europe institutions. That's my mother was not murdered by random killers, people acting independently Ovalles, low level organized crime, or by terrorists of people who are intolerant have murder was facilitated to a breakdown of the rule of law in malls. The climate of impunity in Malta made possible. And I think the revolt shows that European situtions have realized that tell us where the case is now because I understand that the main suspects have not gone on trial. No, they haven't they're still awaiting indictment. There are just two months left or less. Until they also massively have released on bail. Now, we did receive a statement from the government on the report, and I just want to read you a couple of lines. From it, and get your reaction. It says the report if it names, the author of the report, it says Mr. sixth report, as rapporteur on the murder of Daphne Kirwan. Galicia is riddled with inaccurate and gratuitous statements, exposing very biased agenda, which is not based on the true picture of the matters. So that's a statement from the government on the report. What do you make of that? Peter on six reports does is state the basic facts that all almost stating the obvious. But even this is so powerful that it causes deportations, the Maltese government, even confronting the government with the reality of what is actually happening at what is undeniable is something that they cannot bear. This month. Khurana speaking to shaimaa Khalil..
"peter murphy" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"And and not most just got ordinary jobs. But the point is that you know, if you can throw three point shots you heard three point shots. And you know, that's all the counts. Okay. Today. Peter Murphy as among other things on his resume chief economist at the US International Trade Commission, gave the congress and professor at the Smith school of business at the university of Maryland, and is a widely published the national columnist and five time winner of the market watch best forecaster award. So I think maybe you haven't been held back by your pets. Berg state pedigree try to powered by. Yeah. I had such wonderful teachers were able to who recognize some talent. And maybe spend some extra time with me where I would have been lost in the crowd at Harvard. And so it all were it does work out does work out talk about a few other things. It's time allows you wrote a column richly Trump should toss budget plan and pivot to the center aside from the fact that well where he will pivot is, of course, rather unpredictable, but what would be the political and or policy benefit for the president doing that. Well, I think that that he has to look at the last well election, not his, but the the eighteen election in which a lot of moderate Democrats reelected, you know, that they did not take the House Democrats with people like. A O C. They newer few Democrats that were elected that were very radical who, you know, are making a lot of noise, and and getting a lot of attention from the biased media, but in reality, most of the folks that snatched those Republican seats came in and said, look, we're interested in improving health care, which is improving transportation in your community and things of that nature, and the president spoke really big we'd have a wonderful infrastructure Bill. We're gonna wind up infrastructure program while he hasn't delivered on that kind of thing. And it's really going to hurt him in those states like Michigan, and Wisconsin, and so forth and Pennsylvania that he needs to carry again, if he's going to win a second term, and you know, the border is important. But by basically taking over control of that area policy from homeland security personally, and by devoting so much of his energy to that problem. We you know, it is a problem. But I mean that should they should be a strong person there to to to deal with it. And not focusing on other issues of importance to to Americans. I think that he's hurting himself higher education debt, you know, is another area. Those those kinds of things really deserve some some real attention. And they're not getting them from the administration, or at least not an image that this should. And should do it by challenging congress by standing up? Look, I've got a built here to build better roads. Better mass transit systems. I would take a hard look at it. If you want to change it. Let's talk about the changes you wanna make. But if you just going to say note, everything I proposed then it's on you. On you. All right. More to come. And we'll be back in a moment that farmers insurance. We know every windshield collision.
"peter murphy" Discussed on X96
"Trying to pass this mall in Texas that makes it harder to attract people who have not vaccinated their children. And he says we don't need to worry about measles here in America. Anabolics? Over there. No third world countries. That's why they're children are dying. Amazes -biotics has nothing to do with how stupid people get elected they run because stupid penal vote for them. Although again, as we've talked about here on the radio a lot of antibac- Saination, people are not stupid people in general. They think they're smarter than everybody stupid. Let's he Brad ward. One some sportsman's expo tickets. Congratulations to Mr. BWI and the winner. Boehner candidate number one, come on pal. He's just an old man with a hat. I guess we finally were outraged enough. I I don't know. Boehner the day for February twenty eight twenty nineteen. It is now qualified to be Boehner the week, Dave the flower guy will decide that tomorrow. What about this time, contrary to what some people may think if I had been been there at in New Jersey at the time that the nineteen year old kid was beating up on an eighty one year old man, we're gonna make America great again hat rather than joining the nineteen year old to beat up on him. I would have tried to help you would've. Yes. Because you're a reasonable person. So did you see bohemian rhapsody? I did see it. Well, it and if you're in in China, you're going to get to see it too. Which is surprising to me. All but I'm sure they'll take out some seeing they they're taking out all of the now, there's not a lot of gay wasn't enough for some people. That's what I was gonna say. There are people that are upset about the lack of we'll have to take it out because the Chinese people don't understand homosexuality because there isn't any there. So they are releasing it in China confusing for them with what what's happening there. I don't understand there. Or no there isn't any homosexuality in China. So I'm trying to think life, you just you'd cut out like some of the party scene. Two boy kisses to boy kissing scenes that must be when my wife told me to close my eyes. You don't care for the boy kissing you just gotta edit it just right at the end when he stops to get that guy to take him to the concert at the end when he goes to his parents house, and he says, he's my friend, and they hold hands to cut the hand holding. Yeah. Yeah. Or they could they could they could make it a speed the film. Let me get a handshake or I don't know who they do that might look like something else. Yeah. There's not much. No, there really isn't. It was PG thirteen. I remember correctly my kids saw it. But again, that's our PG thirteen. You told them to cover up. There is. The Chinese the Saudis. They all have their different rulings. I've learned about this because of the marvel films, you know, and the the the DC movies and Star Wars. There are certain things need to be cut out of those movies because of the Chinese I can't even say, the Chinese culture, I'd say the Chinese government. So yes, Peter Murphy did kiss me on the lips. But with but so that surprises me though, that they would even let the movie because because he's pretty gay even without. No, he's he's American verdicts gave. British. See three P argument. And I've learned a lot about the Chinese market, and how they have to make certain they depend on the Hollywood depends on the Chinese market because so much money comes from them that if they have a movie fail here in America. Like alita battle angel is a perfect example. It did just okay here. But all of its money's being made in China. You know, say crazy for that same with Pacific rim. They all the money's being made in China. So you got to figure out a way to package it for the Chinese government to approve it. You don't want to confuse them. You got to take the shows. There are no gaped. At all no ask him. No. All right. We'll take a break. We'll be back. To wrap this thing up. Finally, oh, Scott HALE this last. Day of free brewery, it is so take advantage of it. Why we had a an Email from someone who said we took your advice about Scott.
"peter murphy" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To events in Iowa scheduled this weekend. For NPR news. I'm Quincy Walters in Lawrence. The Pacific northwest is feeling the effects of a strong winter storm this weekend as Oregon public broadcasting's mirror Powell reports snowfall in the Portland area, varied widely from as much as a half foot to other areas that were barely dusted grocery store, aisles and gas stations sat empty Friday night as residents made last-minute preparations in downtown Portland and farther, south in the suburbs. Residents experienced a slight dusting people to the east of Portland were hit hard, Oregon department of transportation's. Peter Murphy says this is a learning experience for an area. That's not used to snow. Good to go through an experience such as this. Because. It does make us think about how ready we are personally and our vehicles are to navigate in these kind of conditions. Additional storm systems are set to arrive in Portland Sunday evening and earlier into next week for NPR news. I'm your Powell in Portland. Major stock indexes ended mixed on Friday. The s&p. Nasdaq index is were both up slightly while the Dow lost sixty three points or about three tenths of a percent. This is NPR news. A carton all that. Pope Francis had fired as the Vatican's doctrinal chief has written a manifesto of faith holding the church's traditional tenants as NPR Sylvia Majoli reports. Although the document never mentioned Francis by name, it's considered the latest attack on the pope by one of his conservative Catholic. Critics cardinal gear had Mueller's manifesto was published by conservative Catholic media outlets. That oppose Francis is emphasis on mercy rather than on strict adherence to church morals and doctrine. The German Cardinal said he wrote the manifesto in the face of growing confusion about the doctrine of the faith. And because he said many bishops priests religious and laypeople had requested it. He said some church leaders have abandoned the people entrusted to them unsettling them and severely damaging their faith. The manifesto was published a few days after Francis signed a joint declaration of fraternity with a prominent Muslim leader, traditionalist Catholic. Alex opposed dialogue with Islam. So people Jolie NPR news, Rome. French yellow vest protest, turned violent and Peres demonstrators. Tried to storm the French National Assembly and thirteenth consecutive week of unrest believes using batons and firing tear-gas in Peres to disperse demonstrators. Some of whom threw debris at riot police one person suffered a serious hand injury. And police said more than twenty demonstrators had been arrested the yellow vest movement began over a hike in fuel prices, but has morphed into a more general protest against French president Emmanuel Macron, I'm Jim hawk NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Kauffman foundation working together with communities and education and entrepreneurship to create uncommon solutions and empower people to shape their lives and be more successful more online at Kaufman dot org. United States southern border. It's almost two thousand miles long. Very terrain on earth. It's become big news. See some folks that want to build a wall. Two thousand mile long wall to keep on wanted people on the other side. Suggests blocking children in cages. The parents. So they applaud the firings when she again. Other those who advocate United States actually bullets. Scary situation that keeps getting scarier. Day on snap judgment. We're going to tell a border story. This story starts for far far away from the border. We're gonna calling the border half. Instead of telling you several stories just one. In Washington look around around. People who they are. You're listening to snap. Snapface. Listen regularly to this show. You may know that I've somehow occasionally as having nerd tendencies. Star Trek comics, superheroes. Comes to work computers. This guy. He's the real. Knickknacks. Self taught hacker from Long Island listeners. Please note this episode does contain clean, racial slur. As such listener discretion is advised. Hogging is a gift packing is a bomb. When it I believe. It's like you can see numbers. You can see things for anybody else would make sense. It's language. A passion. Axles pretty amazing with a computer can defenses and exploit weaknesses. He's used hacking to get on the good side of some pretty powerful people. But way before all of that before he was hacking his way in and out of danger, axel was just a nerdy..
"peter murphy" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"K twelve scholarship programs, which Florida has been the leader in the nation on actually at the state level. But also expanding apprenticeship programs and work force training collaborations with community colleges and workforce development agencies in the lake all designed to educate the workforce provide the skills that are needed now in the workforce a lot of these programs can be done in months, six months programming, and we haven't really urgent need right now when you have seven million jobs available, and until many which cover a variety of skills and even in manufacturing have half a million shop openings right now. That's a problem. Yeah. A lot of these will help address that a lot of these vocational schools in tech schools are growing. Quite a bit because of of that need, and you said that Florida actually leads the way in an educational program. Well in a in the scholarship tax credit area. There's a corporate tax credit that drives more scholarship money for K twelve opportunities. And there's about half there's an over one hundred thousand children low-income families who are in schools of their choice in Florida. It's been a national leader. And that's something we'd like to see done a nationwide because most states don't have that kind of robust opportunity, the K twelve level, but beyond that, the workforce skills level. There's real now to train high school graduates college graduates, people of all ages to fill these positions that need filling in our economy because the average age of a lot of these traits, for instance, are people in their fifties and retiring out, and these jobs are increasingly available and their lucrative middle-class opportunities. Where you can get someone in their young or early twenties getting in one of these training programs and not having six figures death, but actually making close to six figures in income. So an enormous opportunity, and we're trying to accelerate that with the passage of USA workforce tax credit act. So is there anything that listeners can do or how can they find out more about the USA workforce tax credit quickly? We'll tell we have a website on a Bill called USA, workforce dot ORG, USA workforce out of work. And we're hoping that even in the waning weeks of the congressional session. Republicans who have the majority still on a pass this along with a number of other things they have to do by year's end. There should be one of them. And we're hoping people will reach out to the member of congress or and demand action on HR five one five three Jewish workforce dot org. Peter, thank you very much. That's Peter Murphy at invest in education coalition, the USA workforce tax. Is credit? Maybe that is one of the few things that congress can do.
"peter murphy" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Hundreds of billions of dollars with individual countries a year And they're sticky. You gotta stick it out, gotta just we gotta fight it during a VFW convention in Kansas City. Trump offered advice to those who are being hurt by the tariffs. Crispy a little patient he said he wants to see. Free and fair trade the. Way we keep America great is to make at least reasonable at least fair. Trade deals not stupid trade. Deals like we've put up with for twenty five years Trump's tariffs have prompted fears of global trade, war Republican House speaker Paul Ryan does not. Like the tariffs on foreign goods I think tariffs are. Taxes. So I just don't think the tariff route is the smart way to go I understand the president's plan I understand what he's trying to. Do in the goal he's trying to achieve is, a good one a better deal for Americans better trade agreements I. Just don't think tariffs are the way to. Go meantime the Trump administration will offer more than, ten billion dollars in emergency federal aid for farmers who are really feeling the pain from retaliatory tariffs I'm. Terry Moore on Capitol Hill Twenty-one till spotlight on the economy with jimbohannon we're. Joined by Dr Peter Murphy. Economists business professor at the university of Maryland college park a national columnist you can follow him on, Twitter at p. m. o. r. I c.. I and the numeral one we start out with something. He. Wrote called four reasons Detroit should keep making sedans Well I I didn't know they weren't and second I'm not sure why you care Peter Well I, think it's a great way. To give up market share the average price of a car in the United. States getting close to forty thousand dollars a year including SUV's and trucks and if you start making sedans. Which is the site do then you're kind of giving away the entry level of the market that first car that young people. By and when you do. That and you Kerr's the. Japanese, still, when they're ready to move up to, an SUV then gonna buy an explorer They're to buy whatever it is. The, Toyota offers so the answer here is what for the rest of Detroit to wake up if four it's going to, do this and Chrysler GM should take advantage, but they're not going. In that direction they're also going, in the same direction as, miss Tackett the football coach the director at the university of American now Ford CEO is taking the company. And that is to basically bet that the price of gasoline is gonna stay low and that the majority of, people don't want to dance Even if the majority, don't want them it's a sizable minority. About four million cars year that are sold in the. United States and, it pays for Detroit to keep selling. Them so that they will continue to, have the market share they do instead they basically giving away part of the market they will be laying off American workers before this Fru To not make a dance better minds and minor at work here okay you have. Talked about Trump's trade war, follies and I'll just read the first. Sentence here Donald Trump's trade war with China though justified by Beijing's mercantilist, behavior at intransigence in negotiations is headed.
"peter murphy" Discussed on Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show
"Christian bill in the fight this is not this is not there anybody else got this came out a few weeks ago but i've had other conditions in the meantime rick and morty just got rid for seventy new seven seventy more episodes and if you've never seen rick and morty it's just sterckele fucking get very vitamin up watch this cartoon show it's only twenty minute episodes so it's fucking awesome but it's on hulu i went through three seasons three days it's a brilliant show very well written as far as comedy cartoon synthesis episode sixty nine can we take a second try to come up with some of our favorite movies with the best sex scenes oh i know this we can we can edit that quicken it off because we're five some thinking but i don't i recited obviously roadhouse he came to a fuck up against the wall number one right there that's what you know you're on another level or not you could hold up against the wall and giving the only booty the good doctor eight mile eminem is in the factory by the bumpers all right peter murphy shave a water when she fox the fish do rising sun was she gets fucking down on the table and history yeah not too deep deep cut wasn't there a good sex scene in the the fucking bankruptcy movie with with counter reeves point break let me think they wore the masks of nixon he fucks her on the beach i was thinking i got good one belly when they go back and forth between exits character ravaging fucking amazing beautifully sexiest girlfriend kisha and then and then they go back and forth the naza being all romantic and soft show and his lady is back and forth that music it's fucking awesome true detective with woody harrelson in.
"peter murphy" Discussed on X96
"Mrs this reasonably new love hurt bullied same had no widen still putting it out there this was the attempted to come back for the continuation i don't know not bad now but it's it does it's a little team i think people would say oh yeah we've heard that well he was one of the first to make you hear that so i you know can he can lay claim to that he was no peter murphy can we all know how much you love peter murphy a symbol that's that's that's a assume we should place and peter murphy sometimes for the hell of it i love that debate that guy he was great and what was his band he was in a band was in by house here by house rate yeah so hi how this isn't a i i i don't know if i should save this talk about an you know my kids are narrowminded stiff neck little bigots about why it's it's just drives me crazy why they're there inflexible so they so they love the old and my fault the old washed in space with it with the you know the roberston yeah comic robot mcgann careful dr smith who will will they love with they have a whole all the dvds englanda now and i loved that show too and so some years ago when i was uh when when they were going to do a movie with matt leblanc i thought oh this is this will be i'm chided for that be good it was terribly i was not good yeah was i he was heather graham nanogram i think it was just it was good it was an too bad graham hurt the of dr smith here are you still yummy too bad it what but it wasn't good sold okay you just okay fine well so now netflixing doing lost in space and i've seen the trailer and the trailer looks great now the trailer is it should be it let you know this is not the loss in space from tv inspired by ousting it's your similar set up yeah the robinson family leaving earth will robin children and to call on ira so you got there but there are differences and it doesn't look like its cambior funny or and dr smith is a woman and when.
"peter murphy" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520
"Lifetime member of that group way before i ever started working with them in any kind of official capacity or you know in terms of representing the membership as asked by membership because as over five million people who are members they're not lavious their members i mean i hate going to dc i have never lobbied anybody in my entire life ever i think it's really disingenuous and people say that that average everyday gun owners are lobbyist because i guess are you a lobbyist just first things in which you believe and because i'm i guess that means i am a constitutional lobbyist i am the new tell a lobbyist i am uh i don't know a peter murphy lobbyist how about that so i that is incredibly disingenuous two tried to diminish and ergo deceit o or you know false equivalency at center at cetera it's it's not that is not who these individuals akg and one of the things that we found i wanted to pull this up because this were finding more and more about this murderer end in parkland and i just uh i i don't like saying their names and i think that many people in the legacy media have done a really sick job at romanticizing and really making celebrities out of these murderers because you have all of these copy key you copycat situations i think this began with columbine you had many and legacy media and you had people like michael moore make the two murderers and columbine out like they were some sort of i they they became celebrities it's sickening sophat i mean there've been studies shown about what happens when you say these people's names and you give them the kind of press that you give them just quit so this is one of the things that i that have come out as well as that this murderer he purchased a few of his his rifles illegally and he purchased a few of them legally graham an iconic and i have a question and when we talk about having a conversation about what solutions and what we can do i hope that one of those conversations that comes up is whether or not he actually abided by broward county's waiting period because broward county according to brouwer dot flde i mean this is on the.
"peter murphy" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Com walls are old reading now each though boston heralds morning we've jacqueline cashman hillary shebar please the warning meeting cash in shallow boston herald radar yeah good morning and welcome i am hillary valve puppy revolve shovelled out tom shattuck an eye in the air i are sheer holding strong at boston herald radio both made it home last night somehow blows me to back this morning very impressed with our sound sure under the blue light lights were growing abroad and all the app so we were given have a very merry 28 deem hillary was going to be kind is what it was gonna rally kind but from glenn here sessions comes he's got at heart harsher melo here in the bane states and an a you know this is a good god it's friday situation we got we got a weed friday going on peter murphy who is an attorney he's car the regulated substance group at eckert siemens and died this firm anythere to deduct was just a little bit about the implications of what jeff sessions did yesterday peter thanks so much for coming on oh forever so i'm not sure if you're able to maybe you can talk a little bit about specifically massachusetts but i mean he obviously in general uh what does this mean for for states that have passed recreational legalized recreational marijuana well i think and uh correctly legal says nothing has really changed i mean marijuana as always remained illegal under federal law whether it's even possession and distribution anything what's changed since two thousand thirteen this call memo everybody's talking about um at that time a different um system was set up when when deciding whether or not to prosecute investigating marijuana cases stage that has legalised either uh medicinal marijuana or recreational jeff sessions didn't affect with your range that other standard that was being applied that standard actually let you know many of these states develop very uh uh hey robot uh canada's industries recreational medical so really it to step back to these standards that were in place before two thousand thirteen um but it's a onepage memorandum terry day it doesn't get a ton of guy so the deal here is that i just talked about this with andrew friedman who is the first marijuana czar for colorado and now course has his own business there are a.
"peter murphy" Discussed on X96
"The link could ex 96 dot com area fifty ones having their gothic exmiss party which is a goth drinking acknowledged i think to up peter murphy tracks which i think has been uh sunday you can go see star wars again monday go see star wars again tuesday i the dark exum is film festival to broadway cinemas they can have a selection of locally produced dark christmas films and proceeds will go to us support mental health programmes in utah exempt a good cause for that uh and that's what's going on this week it's kind of a light weight well you know he dealer getting ready for the holiday this christmas parties and all that stuff going on so i don't think the problem i did you a did you attend the company christmas party cory i did yesterday we went to top golf uh i didn't golf very well everybody has down everybody was was a really good time actually a good deal lied elephant gift i got a a movie with paul walker i don't remember what it's called but it said it was brave part for the twentyfirst century so i that's going to be my monday plan yeah overselling it much if i can fight a dvd player somewhere what i will tell right cory iq they give kikori lorries concert in community calendar all right now we are at serb blurry h miller chevrolet the address of course in provo at to 21 25 university parkway north university bar north university parkway and you need to come and drop off some stuff for the road home wheeze ways is it the only has to be honest has been kind of slow yeah it has been that so i don't even think down here in provo we can say it's the the smog and fog anymore because it's i it's cleared up i can see the sun here we can see the mountains now somehow so of couiza we're now we'll be gone at pan aunt but you can still bring things so all the way up to the 20th uh of a this month or the road home and they really do need a lot of stuff at the road home it's a baby the items hygiene i gene items sanitary napkins and to work ganzert spend feminine hygiene products shampoo and conditioner deodorant lotion razors and.
"peter murphy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"And right now is just to complain in it hasn't gone anywhere but essentially what the federal ethics complaint alleges is that mr massar traded official action from his office for a political donation earlier this year in spring i think it was march massar met with the chief financial officer for mutual bank i'm simplifying a very complex thing here and they were we're having some issues some things that they were needing to work with the federal reserve on and masire's office sent a letter to the federal reserve on their behalf and at the time messier had met with the cfo chris cook well couple of weeks later chris cook ends up making eight political donation to luke massar in the amount of five hundred dollars and you can see where that might look bad now this guy chris cook has come out and said hey uh uh you know messer did this stuff for me we didn't have any quo um you know i was really impressed with what he did i want to start getting back involved in in politics in my nation and there was an event that they were hosting for massar at someone's house i was planning to go any way i went i i made the donation and again i'm not saying anything wrong when on here we don't know it does it again this is what congressman do this what they're office does they help their constituents of which mr cook is one and people are free to give money as they want but i thought in the article there was a quote from peter murphy and he's the director of indianapolis university of indianapolis center for ethics he kinda summed it up he said it certainly doesn't look good the appearance of a conflict of interest is worrisome because it a rhodes trust and clearly congress needs to do things right now to regain trust an peter murphy is pretty much spot on i mean again this happens all the time and.
"peter murphy" Discussed on The Pulse
"That was peter murphy from no as marine debris program when it comes to drugs like heroin cocaine alcohol we used to think that cleaning up meant to stop using and getting the drugs out of your system a fresh start but new addiction science tells us that that notion is largely a myth because the underlying addiction is still there long after the chemicals are gone doctors and scientists are gaining a better understanding about the complex ways this can play out in the brain and why it's so hard to stay clean alana gordon takes it from here the story of nate robinson read like a history tax for drugs in america in the '60s and '70s it was a lot of alcohol the marijuana back then that was like the hippie tara was also the early days of math in the eighties it was cocaine and then crack dealers like a euphoric feel it was that we as all from another hit you spin you'll pay paycheck that night then in the nineties came heroin by ninety seven look like a 60yearold me and i'm them what i was him up the thirty in the of all the way in abu slim dude normal life anyway but now a meal birth it was at that point that neat went into treatment for the first time it changed his life a detox rehab go to recover else fourteen was claim he was doing really well he got a job and guess services at a hotel feeling oh my god heaven fill this group which uh early warning but then boom boom boom.
"peter murphy" Discussed on The Pulse
"That was peter murphy from no as marine debris program when it comes to drugs like heroin cocaine alcohol we used to think that cleaning up meant to stop using and getting the drugs out of your system a fresh start but new addiction science tells us that that notion is largely a myth because the underlying addiction is still there long after the chemicals are gone doctors and scientists are gaining a better understanding about the complex ways this can play out in the brain and why it's so hard to stay clean alana gordon takes it from here the story of nate robinson read like a history tax for drugs in america in the '60s and '70s it was a lot of alcohol the marijuana back then that was like the hippie tara was also the early days of math in the eighties it was cocaine and then crack you know he's like a euphoric feel it was that we as often will know the hit you spin you who paycheck that night then in the nineties came heroin by ninety seven look like a 60yearold me and i'm them up i was him up the thirty in a loss all the way in abu slim dude normal life anyway but now a meal birth it was at that point that neat went into treatment for the first time it changed his life ecotools detox rehab go to recover else fourteen was claim he was doing really well he got a job and guess services at a hotel fuel oh my god.
"peter murphy" Discussed on WJR 760
"The game but it it d c y chevy drives the motor city notre dame with a thirty five detailed lead we still have six of twenty nine to play in the third happy birthday wishes to katie stanislavsky have peter murphy celebrating birthdays here today of the brands the selvyn katie sister skipped through liqi peter buddy well the wherever you are cheering for the first quarter was exciting since then the sparta survey just enough mistakes the peeve notre dame in control that's right right now though dangerous in a motor shortly game up keep the ball the ground and live with the amount of possessions michigan state the survey defense has tried to get the balba not mcintosh who scored the touchdown stays on it running back world would reach the handoff run stewards right hit down at the line of scrimmage although he does fall forward box joe block he made to tackle the fell out they're going to have to get your outta here and that by revollo play really not bear to go to borrow a bullet at middle linebacker so see joe patchy make a chance of more seriously hurt now we'll see that's why you have medical staff selig moguls the birth yes sir dr sell six fourteen and counting the play of the third consecutive h partners there twenty or the irish rather twenty two and mcintosh glass sucked the battle out to the 35yardline he's got so quick discovery willis makes the tackle jean here are picked up where well and now notre dame as a player shake it up.