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"poon" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert
"Serena poon welcome to the podcast super excited to talk to you. Thank you so much for having me. Jj excited i am really thrilled to share you with the audience. And i want to get into your story. And how you became a nutritional alchemist because you have a very interesting concept of feeding. You know the type of diet you want for your physical body and then also the type for your energetic body. I'm just gonna put that out there as a tease. That's where we're gonna be talking about today before we get into that though. I think it's really interesting. Talk about how how you got here like what made you start to really study. Nutrition insert discover that you had to feed both these bodies. So let's let's talk your personal story and how you got here. Yeah so thank you. Thank you for Just thank you again for having me and allowing me to share so i- i dived into nutrition because of my parents journey with cancer. My daddy was diagnosed with cancer. When i was in college. And he had a head really challenging journey with that. And when he transitioned just a little over a year after that. Our mom was diagnosed with cancer. Through two months. After after he transitioned. They're both in their forty so very very young. And that that really shifted my hope perspective on what was important to me in life in what we had gone through as a family in what they had gone through and i realized that there had to be another way i really wanted to to understand how hughes food as medicine and diving into nutrition and wanting to also give that knowledge out to other people. Because we don't know as caretakers the best thing that we can do for our loved ones when they're not well so that's really kind of what started me on that journey except you know when i made this mission of wanting to take care of the people that i love and make sure they're happy and healthy into kind of spread that i left myself out of that. You know i. I find that so often. It's why i wrote warrior. Mom is is when you're a caretaker. I think that you get to this point where you feel like self-care selfish instead of self care being selfless like it's like you're so many things to do and you've got the emergent right in front of you that you get put on the backburner so yeah it's an i feel that you know even if we're mindful of it when push comes to shelvin there's there's certain situations if someone's really ill we do. We just shift our own self care down down down the priority ladder and i think. Also there's a sentiment that. I cared that a lot of people i feel can relate to in its that we think if we give it our all we think of we're completely selfless on. We sacrifice ourselves will get this wish. Granted you know from god or the universe save the people that we love and so and so what ended up happening. Was i have this sentiment and i ended up creating a lot of inflammation in my own body which ended up turning into a surgery where i had to remove damage tissue. That was inside inside my chest. Votes extreme. I mean like that like that level of damage. Well yeah and and and you know what's interesting. jj's that even realize you know. I didn't realize until the body got to that point where you're probably so focused on the emergency situation in front of you that you know you weren't even paying attention right. Yeah no and you go. And i think that again is you know just when we talk about self care that being selfish instead of selfish self love just as a way that we actually do. Take care of our bodies. You don't realize 'cause you're so focused on on other people in in your body kind of shifts into this mode so after. I had that surgery. Where at your move this damaged tissue. I actually contracted msa mersa. Which is the deadly infection. Pretty much from the or. And i ended up going through this journey of i ended up having eight surgeries in total but trying to get this mercer out and was unsuccessful for many of them and after my fourth surgery i had a massive hematoma twelve days post op loss about two leaders of blood nearly died and in that became a situation where i was forced to take care of myself. I and and and i'd always in and i was really fortunate. I had to angels in my life in. They're able to get me into a trauma a trauma center at on a weekend. They saved my life. It would patch me up. And then i had this this journey of needing to treat myself as my own client and patient and really having to raise my hemoglobin levels which had dropped down to nine back up into a healthy level where i could then go into my fifth surgery and repair the damage that had happened from this fourth wine. So so that's where. I started to really explore spirituality. Because i done all the right things with my physical health. I was exercising regularly really committed to that may nutrition was on point. I hadn't really hadn't really been practicing my spirituality in that kind of personal development equally. Cy made a commitment to talk to the spiritual healer. This master that. I'd been referred to promote family friend whose family had been speaking to her for years and i started talking to her once every three to four weeks And she worked on my energetic body you know she kind of worked on my shockers and she worked on on healing in clearing blocks in my spiritual body and so as we were going through this i thought i thought what if what if i also supported my spirit my spiritual body like what if i could use food. You know to also support. My physical body might searchable along with my physical body and as Dove into understanding. The shockers the shocker systems. How things could manifest itself from a block in our shockers in a ailment. I started looking into the different foods. And the and the frequency of foods to support those those centers as i was supporting just the healing process of my physical body and that's really where this alchemy of food nutrition kind of came into a sort of how birth but i was really doing it on myself. So how would you in. It's so great to like when you really look at it. Shouldn't we all like be our own. I for client right. You know so you have this spiritual master. Who's helping you. How would you know how would someone listening. No be able to distinguish their energetic body and distinguished some.
"poon" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert
"Hey jj and welcome to ask the health expert. But this isn't just any old. Ask the health expert session. This is your bonus session. Yes it's the weekend and because it's the weekend we're gonna take some time with an amazing expert so be on the lookout for these saturday. Ask the health expert bonus sessions where we're going to go deep into an amazing subject with an incredible expert to give you actionable items that you can put in your life so a couple years ago back in the days when we all got together. Remember those awesome days. I was at this really fun. Event that mind body green puts on called revitalize and they put you together with all different people to eat. So you have assigned seating which really saves the introvert of that. I am and i'm sitting. Next this gal serena poon and we started chat and she is beyond just being so darn nice really fascinating. She had an amazing story of perseverance. The innovate warrior daughter. That she went through. That lead her into nutrition and led her to become a culinary alchemist. And she also is a nutritional energy practitioner. Which i'm gonna have her explain what that is. How she fuses. Expertise as a celebrity chef and nutritionist and iraqi master to serve her alias clientele so she founded culinary alchemy. And this is a healing program that combines education integrative and functional nutrition and healing energy and. It's really really cool. Like i've never heard anybody talk about how the right type of diet for your energy body and how to really identify where the blocks might be what you should do about that. So i am super excited plus. There's a big a big sort of surprise validation in this interview as to what you should eat so watch for that. Wait for it. She also founder of serena loves which is a lifestyle brand blog podcast and tv show and has amazing really incredible products that she has sent over to me that i love and just add water a wellness line of super nutrient foods and supplements yes. She is busy busy busy. She's a certified. Nutritionist certified health consultant. And i'm not sure. What a c. h. Ns but she has that as well. I think it's a certified holistic nutritionist. So lot of education and a lot of life experience that has led to creating this really amazing nutritional alchemy brand. She also is going to give a great e book. You're going to want to grab a jj virgin. Dot com slash. Serena annetta spelled s. e. r. e. n. a. serena so jj virgin dot com slash. Serena make sure that you jump over there to to grab her yearbook. She'll tell you more about it in the interview and we will be right.
Los Angeles Rams DL Michael Brockers being traded to Detroit Lions
"Once official. It'll help the team fill the void. After starting cornerback Shack, Griffin agreed to a three year deal with the Jaguars. They also have agreed to a two year deal to keep defensive tackle Poon afford. Sale time supports the contract is worth up to $14 million with incentives. Another free agency moves the NFL The Associated Press reports. The Rams are finalizing a trade that sense defensive tackle Michael Rockers the Lions Washington agreed to sign cornerback William Jackson to a contract worth $42 million over three years with 26 million guaranteed. The last time Washington State made the women's NC double A basketball tournament was during the Bush
The World's Largest Startup Today Is The Travel Industry
"The world's largest startup today may well be the travel industry. When you think that comment was made by a guy called bruce poon tip who is the founder of the travel company g adventures and whilst it might be considered a bit of an exaggeration or even possibly an simplification. I do think it's an idea that's worth exploring because if you think about it. The travel industry has pretty much been rocked to its core for many companies in the travel industry in the travel space. They've been pretty much bought back to zero. And so if you assume that the travel industry is going to recover which most would assume that will at some stage that would kind of make as bush suggested this collective travel industry that we talk about a massive startup opportunity. A massive greenfield space. And i think within that obviously there are lots of different opportunities for new ideas new businesses new entrepreneurs to come in and make them mark so all of the traditional legacy players that are being in place for a long time and have sort of had the positions pretty secured are potentially now nodding in that situation so you can come in as a startup into this stuff's which is the travel industry and potentially make your mark whereas once before the barriers to entry of the old guard would probably too strong and it also makes me wonder about what other industries are in a similar situation what other industries have been rocked very foundation to the point where all bets are off to the point. Where as they stopped to reopen again as they start to restart that they present a massive startup opportunity. I actually think it's a really good way to think about the travel. Industry travel tourism leisure. I think a lot of those spaces could be considered startups. Now they start up industries again or even
"poon" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"Welcome back everyone. You're listening to one life radio. We are live from dallas texas as well as southern california on. Abc news. talk. We have serena poon continuing on with us She is a leading shaft. Nutritionist and ray k. master to the hollywood elite a serena's designed her own approach to health and wellness or culinary alchemy combining functional and spiritual nutrition while integrating how food our bodies on psychological and physical level. She is also the founder of just add water. Nutrient foods and supplements serena loves Lifestyle brand and serena loves tv. You can check her out at our website. Serena loves dot com or on instagram. At chef serena poon. It's been so great. Being on the air. With you serena and i have to say i absolutely love i love your voice and i just love your spirit. I can feel it coming through the airways. I feel your elmich. It's been fine doing this. And you know i just i really appreciate your energy and i appreciate you sharing basis me and just sharing this information to your listeners. it's just. It's so amazing. So thank you. it's our pleasure. It really is okay. I'm gonna ask you one question about the hollywood hollywood elite just one. I'm doing it for mariya. She loves that stuff okay. I heard through the grapevine that you were the chef for hugh hefner for many many years. So what did you like to eat. Well it's so funny. I wasn't scheffer for For hugh hefner not many many years but it was actually my first job. Yeah i did my internship there and did what they hardly on as junior chef and really with sort of like the first step into my career in me starting out on my own with my private catering and and My private chef Business that i thought they were. They were stepping down so so grateful for that opportunity. And have you know. I i mean sign like a massive any but you know half his now journey in a different a different life so i think it's fine to share. But he was so he ate so dimply like he pretty much ate the same thing every day say meow he was she like no cream cheese and applesauce and he had he had a whole team in the kitchen and we can make anything that he wanted but he really kept it super simple you know i remember him having kicking your soup and he loves his rack of lamb from new zealand. That were hand. Picked this. Typically for mr hugh hefner that was you know overnighted to us. Minute was picked minute. It would come bad act and it would go right into The refrigerator or the freezer That was one of the things you love things that a couple a couple that he always loved that he was he was really so do so easy to kick up for. Because you really like. They seem dan's comfort food. I would say was definitely one of one of has coaching. I didn't work for him. I mean he was with us in this life or into your nineties. Yeah i was gonna say you know. May he rest in peace. He definitely changed the world. That's for sure. And harry look at things no pun intended. But you are what you asked me. And i and i of cigarette you know in our our cultural. Oh absolutely yeah. What a what a connection to have right out of the gate. My gosh but we've got about about three and a half minute. So you're you're a certified ray master so You know we explain to our listeners as best you can and just a few minutes. How ray k. Works okay you know. He is is very non noninvasive. Johnson healing technique that originally came from japan. So you know it. It's commonly transit rakia actually translates from japanese as you life lifeforce. You know universal life energy. And so you're essentially is almost like you as a practitioner. You're almost like the channel the conduit and you are channelling that source energy to a statistic area so it could be a person You know an area. On a person's body it could be done distantly. You can rake iraqi all the food iraqi all our products You can send rakia disley to a situation. It just having that very focused intention of of driving that that that source energy not light and not love to a specific place. Okay so maybe no. It does make sense. And i and i love talking about this. So who's a good candidate for rocky. Oh anyone anyone anyone. So i mean who doesn't need some extra light in some extra love like it almost like receiving a blessing. So you know. I would say that anyone that feel and and even under feeling great you can you can receive ray key but if you're hearing anxious or you know If you're feeling uncertain if you're feeling like you're not yourself you know there's a good that's a you're a great candidate for getting rakia. You know if you feel like you just seen Some sort of certainty About something that you're thinking about or wondering back. I mean if you're feeling a little and chewy anyone is great candidate parade and if you're feeling amazing you're still a great candidate roy. We still have about a minute. And this is. I think this is an important question for so many out there listening. You talk about quantum touch healing. How important human touch for overall health. There's the music you got thirty seconds. Sorry we're all connected and touch and connecting. Is that kind of is that is that imaginary force. You know that source of love and connection is so important for mental health. Also i do sickle house because everything is truly interconnected. I mean that's the albany got your spiritual physical body emotional mentioned. We've got to be imbalanced for all of it and having that touch. No electricity that connects all of us. I energy that's important. You know how foods. I can't wait to have you back on. I hope you'll help. You'll reconnect with us. Everyone serena poon check her out. So much serena loved dot com. You're welcome everyone hiding knee by you. Get one body you get one mind and you get one live. Get out there today and make the most of it..
"poon" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"To get a little hollywood gossip. I'm just kidding. No no marie. Actually she loves that. I really could care less. But but no it's it's great talking to you. I think now would be a great time to take a quick break and more coming up. You guys stay tuned. We're speaking with. Serena poon she is a leading shaft nutritionist and ray k. Master to the hollywood. He leads stay tuned everyone. Our topic is culinary alchemy. You're not gonna wanna miss that. We'll be right back the.
"poon" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast
"You should be somewhat respectful. And don't be like oh I took his spot. Fuck you had he been like inside and see you on my bad. Do you want me to back out. He was a Dick about it. But you know you shouldn't be to someone who's driving a piece of shit car that I paid a hundred bucks for two time because those people don't care about their car and don't they don't so they're more likely to Fu which is what. I did back in the day. So you've never gotten revenge on anybody you've never liked Thrown water on somebody's house or or toilet paper something or never. You never got revenge. Anybody I'm trying to think back. I feel like I might have been mischievous at one point. I might have done something Gotten some kind of revenge on somebody somewhere. It's nothing comes to mind readily but I'm sure I I. Did you know you know who used to be like that? Our friend Bald Freak Freak Ronnie. He's to take it out on he. He was crazy. Expect at jobs jobs that he was about to quit he got very brazen Guinea Woodham command example. Remember well when he was on when he was working for a I guess it was a grocery store. And they had the price guns keep like on his way out. He deliberately went and like re re priced items and much cheaper than they really were so that eventually they would they would slowly find out about his mistakes. This was before things were on computer and used to scan the barcodes in So that would be like a profit loss. Right there I you know I. I'm trying to think other things have. It'll come to me at some point. Okay well the appreciate Shairman. Thanks with hey listen at one example for you and it wasn't mine. Yeah we do some email. I have email and I did want to get my father on the phone. I want him to talk about Wanted to talk about what happened to him at the bakery. Because we're going to that last week. We never did you know. We haven't taken advantage of the fact that we can take phone calls on this podcast. Yeah I didn't realize that technology with your super. Do you know what I mean. So we'll have to schedule my mom. Today's Day pull up our text message screen. Look for some Brooklyn Boys Slices now I've says we can put them on the air right now Yeah I'm going to hold off on that this week. Why don't we do that next week when we can tell people what they were recording and have people text in? I'd like to do like an all request lunch. One of those. You know one of those like hey give. Here's an episode where you take over and we answer your questions. Oh you know what We could do is zoom. We do a Brooklyn Boys Zoom. Who you know what I'm GonNa tell you what Elvis tells you every time you suggest something for the show. He doesn't like You could do that on your other podcast or you know something brody you know fun. I won't get involved. I just want to. I don't want to start a design room with a hundred slices right. I want to get some video going and we should do a pot and we could record the screen so we could make do a podcast live between you and I could switch back and forth and it could be amazing. Remember that they were supposed to do in person. You and at that club Comedy Club. Yeah we're we're still hasn't happened. What was on hold on? Hold Okay but until then we can do zoom room and we can do like Brooklyn Boys Lie. Will you route all the radio through? Yeah will you you not listening to the podcast? When I told the story about how I wasn't going to be on camera even with my own coworkers. Do you remember that? Yeah but why that was only because you are in. She didn't shave. I don't WanNA PUT EFFORT IN I. I love her a baseball hat. It's baseball season. We're met hat. Okay I got. I got so much more content here. We can do emails or or do emails do emails. I WANNA talk. We're not GONNA talk to my father right now unless you want to talk to my dad. But we don't have to do that either. Well here comes we can. We can talk to. You is what you're talking about. Told you about the bakery bad about the. The lady in front of him was wearing a mask. Oh okay well you know what? That's a good segue to my story for the woman in the supermarket wasn't wearing a mask and I had a little a little run in with her so we'll just do a couple of email to all right when we got.
"poon" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast
"You a discount for takeout food because you wanted to sit there and you still tip them on delivery. You're not getting a discount and by the way you shouldn't we want to keep the restaurants in business so ooh that's great. The only thing I use is the only thing I would say to you scare. Is that if you're doing an appearance? Those people don't have an opportunity to meet you and don't have an opportunity like take a selfie with you or the sad part unless unless they want to be able to be there now. They can take a Selfie with your your image on the screen. Of course I thought the same thing will. That's the downside. See that's what sales is going to come back to you on. It isn't the same value to the client. Because you aren't there there so you have to sell it and expect them to come back with brody arguments and you have to hit them. Back Brody arguments. 'cause. I can log on both sides of this. That was really see. That's why you should have been a lawyer. Yeah and not doing a podcast from your co basement and by the way on the note of doctors how do how do people get gynecological? Exams do do women get on. Their hands indies dude. Lift up their skirt and the point at the camera. Okay first of all. Have you never had get a little closer to the screen? Have a look okay so your your thought process as a single guy. Is THAT GYNECOLOGICAL. Exams done doggy style. Is that what I'm hearing? You get the care. If you're if you have a few of a laptop and you know where the camera is on a laptop straddle you have to get in your hands and knees and straddle backwards back into it into the camera right. That's how you think it's going to go down so you know I don't know what kind of is anybody. Listening have had a guy logical exam over. Oh my God that's porn. I don't think you can do that but we can't. We can't see each other. What are the needs of the doctors in his house in this kid walks in what has come hold on a second wait? The medical world doesn't just stop brody. Just because we have to do things virtually can have to do things virtually so. I'm sure this is if we can think of it. It's already. I'm sure somebody's got an exam that well. Okay I would imagine the women listening are saying that puts the no one guy. No that is a big no second of all the laptop screen. If it's a decent laptop the screen will tilt down scary. The the the Webcam can tilt down. We've all seen enough webcam porn. At least that's what I've been told where the camera is able to. All your friends told you that one. Yeah my friends were telling me I was like. Hey I don't want to hear that. That's the Scott. But you do. Not Our gynecological exam goes normally. Yes yes yes yes I mean I've I've seen clinical situation I mean you've been watching clinical videos where you go online and you're like you you research. What are you watching? What have you so I don't I don't know the full I don't listen. I haven't been in the room with one but I know I know that. I know that it's like a it's like a it's like you can't even say it. It's like a dentist chair. That has that actually. Like has several different. Like calm like it has gone for the feet and then you could prop yourself stop you. Sit Up and then did you could put your feet in stirrups star ups. I know what those are. I don't know I don't know anything beyond that. I just that's that's all I know what I'm saying. Unless you have an iphone and like Oh here. Let's have an exam- okay. You take your iphone. I I don't know I don't know but I'm sure someone's had to have done it and then who's to stop the you know did smell them is Yes yeah what's that? Is it like a reverse nutcracker well in the sense that it's not used on your nuts absolutely it's reverse it's sort of like a reverse alligator Okay you know. Yeah I know what that is. Yes Yeah I've seen I can imagine what that is. Okay so do you think the woman has to have one in our house and then just reach around and do it herself. Like I'm trying to figure out your how you conceptualize this Webcam Guy. No exam on. I don't I don't know the answer to that brody a that's one foaming out there. We don't have anybody it's not see that's the thing that sucks about prerecorded. Podcast people probably shouting answers out at at the screen. Right now You know they're in their car wherever they're listening to this but we can't get in touch with us live. Yeah well I've because young. I want instant feedback. I'd like to see some text messages role by I've got the benefit of the big show. Is You know the feedback loop complete. We throw a thought out there and then people respond immediately over immediately. Live and be like. Hey person is writing in and saying that we don't have that luxury on a record. Podcast now talk to some phone calls on the matter right. Now I've got four women on the line In my house and I'm going to ask any of the question so you don't know you. You can be sure that they have not scheduled a gynecological exam. During this time I can be sure of that and I can also be sure they wouldn't do it the way you described. No I do okay. Do you know how how uncomfortable going to that kind of doctor makes most women? And now you're asking them to back that ass up to the to the computer that amend you think about it and you know what if the hackers get in and then they start screen shotting get an interest what hackers get in what they get into the computer. I mean who knows who seeing that stuff. I'm like because by the way anytime you transmit video right. It goes all over the place and then it could be. It goes into bits in the air and then somehow on the other end comes back. I mean it goes through wires and things that can be intercepted is this is this. You sound like somebody's grandfather trying to explain the cloud it's got goes up there and it's everywhere and I don't know where it's going and I have a funny piece of video. WanNa play for you after we come back and then I know you have a rant up your ass a sleep right. Yeah you know what I'll I'll back my ass. Up to the microphones. You can hear it. Perfect scary so earlier. We were talking about cameo and that's the video app where you could do personalized messages. I want to play you. A piece of audio brody saw this and you like that's great So my friend Jameson Has a couple of friends is named the I'm going to show a Michelle amount because The celebrity does this guy's John and Augie Piccolo. Hey there met fans but they had been saying disparaging things about the they get into this sports fights we all do. And they were saying this barging things about X. met world series nine hundred. Eighty six champ met Lenny. Dykstra the center fielder for the New York mets back in the day in the eighties and and they were trash talking. This guy right that we have to explain who explained. Why don't you go a little bit? Further color look color commentary on what lay dykes. She's been up to. Since he left the mets so Lenny Dykstra was was a very young ball. Player it when he came up to the mets. In nineteen eighty-five won the world series. Eighty six and he was known for being a hardcore. They call them nails. He would run into walls. He run over players. He was just a really aggressive high. Strung guy very high strung And then he went. He got traded to the Philadelphia Phillies in a horrible trade and once you get to the phillies. He clearly started doing steroids. He got huge soda hitting home runs and it definitely screw with his mind because he became more aggressive and then as his playing career winding down he was known for having a problem with controlled substances. He had drinking problems. Drug problems he He spent his millions on on a bunch of businesses that failed. I think he opened up. Some car washes that eventually went bankrupt anyway. Since I WANNA say the late nineties. He's been a trainwreck. He's he goes on reality shows. I think he's been on that. Dr Drew Show yes And so he's really like I am. He's not partially brain dead but with you talked like this guy's got like he's mental. He's just he's he's like Nick Nolte. He's hitting the head too many times and so he's made a career threatening to fight people you have see style Anything he can do to get his name out to make money because he clearly doesn't have any money left from his baseball playing days. So that's what brought them to cameo. Yeah he's a train. Training is ninety five dollars for a personalized message. Now one more thing a friend of mine who works in the Radio Industry Works for a company that does online television programming. Well like Youtube style shows like web shows. I should say right. And they hired Lenny to do a sports show sports commentary show and they needed him to come in to do like like test shows like. Oh we're going to put you on with a couple of people and we won't see how it's going to go. He didn't last one episode. Wow I don't want to get into details but let's say he was a huge problem. He got himself fired and quit at the same time as he was being fired And then he wanted his money much like you for even shop two appearances. You want to get paid. He wanted to get his money even though he did do it. I did the details. Sketchy but This was a I. Don't know three or four years ago. He hasn't changed a bit. So given idea of Lenny Dykstra. He's a big mess. Really is the point of the story right. So my friend Jameson. Said I'm going to paint lenny. Dykstra ninety five dollars to send a personal video message to John and Audie Pico. Now is that his asking rate on cameo he's asking rate is ninety five dollars. How much is your asking rate Forty dollars but it doesn't but it you don't get you don't get all the money now. See some of the money goes to cameo in there. I Scam Bony. Yeah Right. I skimmed Bony Jingle their fire. But I don't get all that money. Now they make the money they give you a piece of it. I don't think I think I asked for twelve. Brought you worth more than that now. I I can't imagine anybody would want it can even even twenty. Now I ha- you don't WanNa have to. I'm sorry I'm bookable for fifteen dollars But like you say you want to get a small portion of that. I don't WANNA turn down money but I feel like while I'm in the house like you said it we're not really clean it up Don't hit me up right now for cameo why not in fact. I think I have the time.
"poon" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast
"Assumed when you went in, it was on. So at the bottom of the screen you have to turn them on so I turned the audio on right and then. I guess, it's the same phones after you're on for a few minutes. The icons drop away and it goes full screen. So I, no longer so the video button so I didn't realize it was on video and Elvis was like brody cameras on I'm like Oh, I don't know where the button is 'cause. I legitimate didn't know where the button was. But what does it matter? No one needs to see me on a group. Thing like you said. I wasn't dressed. I was we had done show I. I'm working from home. I Have I. Didn't shave full beard at that point. I think not a full beard, but you know it was beardie. HAD SHOWERED SALSA WHY. Bother turn the camera on if this thing has an option not to put the camera on then who needs the camera? There was no need for it so right. I'm good about that. We're going to be doing a lot more of this kind of thing, and not just us, but everybody. Our whole life is upside down now and so you've gotta do what you gotTa. Do to get on camera because there's going to be a lot more these video things you know. They asked me in the sales team. You know the you know when we do our endorsements and things like that. The ones that I- gratuitously drop into this podcast here and there isn't. He scared you WANNA do your I zoom happy hour with a client I'm not gonNA mention. The client has an the deal isn't done yet I, said. What are you talking about? Like well? You know normally how you'd go to a bar for happy. Hour hosted event force for a couple of hours with the listeners like yeah. Like well, we want you to do that, but in zoom room that could hold up to one hundred people, and you'll all be hanging out with cocktail hour and having a having a party at virtually. So all I have to do is. Sit in front of my screen. With like Brady bunch style with everybody, and on the on the cameras right, and that's it I said. Is this where we're going with? This is this. Is this the road marching down? And they're like. Oh, it's the new nor man come on man and I'm like all right and you get paid for. I'm I'M GONNA. Get there, but it's going to be see. That's the thing though this is uncharted territory, and they think that because I give two hours of my time, but I'm sitting in front of my computer, right? They pay far less than if I had. Chiro showed up person. So this is now going on throughout our our throughout the teamed because we have to set a precedent here and and I. Don't know if I don't know how to value that. As currency because I only know. Hey, they give us. Let's just say it's less for arguments saying hundred. A hundred dollars to show up to an event for two hours right? To those are personal time we make the effort we drive there. We hang out for two hours. We have a couple of drinks. We got on the microphone. We brought some t shirts and we leave right. Hang out with the listeners great. We come home. That's two hours. Let's say it's a one hundred dollars. Yeah, what? What would it caught? who how much is it worth? or how much do they need to pay me to do the same thing? Except sitting in front of my computer? And then you have to leave my house. Okay, so you think it's a tenth of the price. I'M GONNA.
"poon" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast
"Where this is Saturday. We're recording this. This is interesting. Another another quarantine edition of the Brooklyn. Boys podcast I thought you know Working from home and not having to drive in everyday you and I would have so much more time to record podcasts. And and now we have less time to record podcasts. We really do because we're not like Oh. The show's over. Here's a studio. Let's go right now. It's about coordinating schedules and coordinating When you're home and when my family is not Going to be interrupted or bothered by me recording so the studio availability thing. After show is what motivates us for like? You know we have X. amount of time to get it done so we go in and we do the job and we come out whereas here. Every day bleeds into the next into the next. Don't know if I'm coming going what time of day it is. It's like do. I want to get off my bed and stop watching Netflix and come over to my broadcast equipment and do the podcast unaware the Second. I. I have dishes in the That I have to take out of the dishwasher. Oh wait oh what do I want for dinner tonight right? So it's like you're my. There is no separation of church and state work and play. See because when I'm at work I'm in the Work Modem in those studios and you and I both feel the same way. We're like okay. We have to do things all things work while we're here right when when you're at home your home and you have to. Do you think the whole things and you're doing. You're doing recreational and leisure stuff but when the two worlds collide you don't know where one begins in the other end plus when you have a family and responsibilities when you're at work they understand they understand that like okay. Life is on. Hold for a little while you have worked to do so. I can get it done but when you're home I'm like what can I help with? What can I do a work and I you know so? And plus I'm I'm desperately trying to keep busy and so you know it's it's watching television station home projects and before you know it. You're like oh the garage looks better but I didn't do the podcast today. So the yeah but the upside of doing a podcast at home is you. Can you could do two things at once. I wouldn't be able to clip my toenails and do the podcast at the radio station But I'm about to do that right now and here because I happen to be in the comfort of Mount home. Oh that's that's awesome for the listeners. That's great I have hold on a second. Why don't we zoom for this? I could see it. Oh my God. What is humid on my. No if I was ever GonNa Zoom in on anything. That wouldn't be that listen poet. Oh I'm legitimately clipping Tony. L. O. as opposed to as opposed to illegitimately clipping them. One got one down nine to go things we could do right but you could. You could make a sandwich right now. while we're on the podcast and you know you could incorporate it into the podcast see under normal circumstances. I wouldn't be able to clip toenails dry now. I'm sure our slices are going. Oh my God what a bonus I could hear brody make a sandwich and I'm hearing scary. Cuts toenails this little piggy went to market this little unscathed home. Okay did you cut the really long second. Tell you how long it on your big toe yet. This little piggy had roast beef. Have you ever seen doctor about that? Do they did it all? Piggies HAVE ROAST BEEF. Because I've heard different variation okay so this little piggy had roast beef this'll be hidden on this little piggy cried we home Who isn't it? This little piggy went to market this little piggy stayed home and this little piggy cried. We we all on. That's the five. That's three dude. You some this little feet this little piggy went to market this little piggy stayed home. Yeah this little piggy had roast beef. Yes little piggy had none and the fifth piggy count. Scary Jones went crying. We we all three piggies now. This little piggy had went to market. That's one it was wearing a mask. He better be wearing a mask and gloves. Because you have to do. And what he shouldn't be doing is all. I'm I'M GONNA get upset. Minute is throw a second piggy stayed home right but the fresh piggy I hope he threw his mask and his gloves out in a garbage pail and not on the in the parking lot of the supermarket or the a lot of that. I put a mask and gloves kark seeing carcasses you've got to be. I put a picture on Austin. Put a picture up with a parking lot near my house. I went to the supermarket. What Hannah Piggy? Do you have to be the? Throw your mask and gloves on the floor. I put up a picture on my instagram. At of course at David Brody of Masks mostly gloves laying in the parking lot of the supermarket. And I said you know. What kind of animal does this right and so same kind of animal that clips toenails on podcast? Live is the kind of animal. Yes Sir and so to get onto my left foot movie night and not see that moving isla feet a foot anyway. The comments and the anger from from the From our followers That commented on that picture there so many people are angry so I'm wondering do people who do that. Not Comment on the picture because they feel guilty or do none of our followers do that because every single post was yes. Those people are bastards. Not One person was like well. Sometimes there's no garbage pail around. That's not an excuse. People are making excuses. No no I'm saying nobody did that. Nobody said well. There's no garbage pail around there's always Excuse there's always a garbage pail around in fact there's one person that not on my not my page. You listened to the podcast. Could you back on my toenails? -Cause I might cut myself. That's the second time you asked me something that I had just said. I feel like your whole theory about being able to multitask is out the window. Now because you can't listen and cut your tolls by the way cutting toenails rather is so loud. What are you using to cut your toenails? A big clippers like I was like the big toe. The big toe on the hedge clippers. What are you using? The big clipper described. The big clipper requires a you know a big trip. Three clips in one. You can't you can't do it on one take. Do you have a giant ass toe or two giant one of the other. It sounds like one of those things that like. They exte- AT HANDLES EXTEND. She can reach up into a tree and cut the branches. That's what it sounds like what you're using your feet right. Cut Your toes. Well if you would go into a long winded story like he did last week about About everything waking up and complaining to Samsung Then I can finish this. General People on twitter on twitter agreed with me. Oh yeah yeah I got an email to read to you buddy. Oh I can't wait till I get to the way speaking of people complaining. I WanNa just sidetrack here for a second if you're on track. We're not doing anything I know if you're if you're a follower of ours and you're a slice and you listen to the elven morning show That's great and I love joking around with people and I love interacting. Whatever it on social media you know I write back to everybody every post every tweet but I don't think correct me if I'm wrong. Scary that gives you the right to insult me. As if you're my buddy is if you like the Guy I've known twenty years like our in the car and you make a comment to me and I go off your Dick and move on Ryland. No a bite. The is this person trying to joke with you. Try to insult you like what? Okay you mean. Example is so. I'm not going to get the specific of the insult but I put up a picture on instagram. And somebody made a comment. I didn't quite understand. I thought it was a five percent chance it could have been said to be an insult but I wasn't sure so to give them the benefit of the doubt. I wrote back and I said what do you mean by that? And he wrote back. Oh what I'm saying is and insulted me like insulted me but then put an. Ll Slice for life con thing after it but it was a hurtful commentary so as clinical nope. No it was hurtful to me. It was important political. Then why can't you share with everybody? I very scary scary. Not GonNa do that. It was hurtful me. Why would I repeat it? The point is adding that you're slice and adding an ll only means your intention wasn't to hurt my feelings. But I feel like you should know that what you said. Well even if you didn't mean it's hurtful thing to say to somebody it's like Oh Your it's like if I said Oh scary You have a face that makes you look like your brain damaged right but if I said it to you when it wasn't about my face but if it was about you you know we're friends for twenty years. You know I'm joking. You'd say shut up tick right right well but if somebody's if somebody on social media said that to you that's a funny right now. I almost think that they think they know you. You see that's almost a compliment to you. Because they feel like they can joke with you because they're you're what I'm saying like they feel a connection to you but it's it's a public forum so you're insulting me in a Public Forum. I give you. Dm Me and like ha ha ha. I might write back and go. Hey man you know out. I don't really think that's a joke kind of thing right. But he do it in a public forum on my instagram page. Then it's like everyone's going to see that and everyone's GonNa maybe in the back of their mind and it was just it doesn't matter again what it what will said. I'm sure he didn't mean it to be hurtful but I gave him a chance to explain what he meant and he clearly went out of his way. Oh No I was insulting you. Yeah ta get it right so being clever at someone else's expense when you don't really know them is not always the best thing that's obscene. You know what I mean. Yeah yeah that's all and if he still a slice and he's listening. Hey Man. I don't know anger against you. I just I don't feel like I wanna continue the interaction on social media if that's your angle of interacting with me so that's all we move on all right. Well you know Speaking of slices for life somebody who was it I see here One shout out to a Max Max. Max's girlfriend. Stephanie reached out to me on cameo. That's the APP where you record video messages for people..
"poon" Discussed on Ignition Point
"First off. I'd like to give a big thank you to Jenny. Poon for contributing to this week's show coots has had its fair. Share GROWING PAINS BUT OVER TIME. Jenner team have learned to embrace adversity. And they're stronger for it. Whenever you walk into their space in Midtown Phoenix you can tell the roots run deep and you immediately sent their purpose. So if you're looking for a place where your business can thrive the communities? Empowered in collaborations encouraged. You should definitely check out cahoots. You can schedule a tour of their space in midtown on their website. Cahoots DOT COM. But if you're located in Phoenix is East Valley. There's a cahoots opening near you the summer so for information on how you can become a founding member of Cahoots Mesa go check out. Cahoots MESA DOT COM to learn more. When I think about what it takes to end up agreed partnership I think about the process of filtering through all of those quote unquote candidates. You've gotTa know right off the Bat. What are the pre-qualifications that matter to you? For example think about the people you're closest to you can probably come up with ten to fifteen off the top of your head but if you're looking at those people as potential partners you need to determine if those relationships are kind of one side or if there's equal give and take to be fair that may not be the best way to articulate but the idea that I'm getting at here is that your relationships and those that evolve into partnerships should be mutually healthy. Which in this case isn't the same as mutually beneficial. Don't get me wrong. It's great if you're both getting something out of it but that's more of a transactional relationship than it is a partnership. Remember in a partnership. You're building something together. So you're both empowering the partnership then subsequently you're empowering each other now that's not to say that if the relationship seems one sided that you can't get to the point where it's mutually healthy. It'll take some time but so long as you talk it out and level set with each other you can restore balance and build on the relationship but how about we focused on the idea of your inner circle. Alex I think these people as your most influential group of partners. But here's the million dollar question. Are you surrounding yourself with the right people? You've probably heard someone say that you're the average of the five people you spend the most time with and for the longest time this was seen as a polarizing opinion on interpersonal connection. But now it's gaining traction and getting a lot of attention from social psychologists because there's data backing up at the most fundamental level as you grow from adolescence into your teenage years and then into adulthood your motivation to connect with people shifts from trying to play. Nice with everyone to be more strategically selective informing your inner circle. So is that core group of friends and peers narrows over time. Those people are inadvertently shaping your interests your personality and yeah even your success not a lot people think about this but just by being more aware of it you can influence the outcomes for example. Let's say you determine that one or two people in your inner circle aren't aligned to your core values or that they're not building you up as much as your building them up. That doesn't mean you've got to kick him to the curb but it does mean that they may not be a great fit as a partner in your inner circle who knows. Maybe there's someone waiting in the wings just outside of your core group who's a better fit as a partner what I can tell you is that without that level of awareness you'll never cautiously take the initiative to go find out another important thing to keep in mind. Is that when you're looking for a partner in a different context like a business partner or a CO leader? You don't need to exclusively consider the people who make up your inner circle in a way. This goes back to being resourceful. If you're looking for a partner WHO's got specialized skills training and the people in your inner circle don't meet your qualifications. You shouldn't be trying to force a square peg into a round hole whoever you partner with needs to meet or exceed your qualifications. So if you're really fired up about developing your big idea and you don't have the skills to bring it to life. You need to stop talking about how you don't know the person and go find the person it feels like Gary v talks about this sort of thing all the time so if I can find a link of him talking about it in a video I'll make sure to put it in the show notes but the point that he always drives home. Is that if you're looking for that partner you're GonNa have to shake the trees to see what falls out. Don't be afraid to ask your mentors for introductions seve your network has any referrals to give if those trees don't produce what you're looking for you can always use search tools like meet. Ups DOT COM facebook events or linked in events to find upcoming events that bring together the people who have the skills you're looking for where you can make the connections firsthand. Let's say invented. The next must have household appliance. And you need a partner. Who's an expert networker and strategist help? You take it nationwide you remember. Timorese pellets. Here. From season one she puts on a quarterly event called social connect. It's always great for meeting high achievers who love networking maybe somebody you mean. Social connect will be a perfect fit. Or maybe you'll meet somebody who can introduce you to the partner you're looking for. So here's what you gotta come to terms with. There's no formula for landing the perfect partner but you can minimize the risk of partnering with the Wrong People. So prequalify what you're looking for. Look for partners in the right places figure out if they're actually qualified or if they're full of Shit and before you partner be crystal clear on understanding each other. You need to know what's important to your partner. They need to know what's most important to you in in that partnership your actions into come from a place of support and trust again. I'd like to give a big thank you to Jenny. Poon for joining the show. 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"poon" Discussed on Ignition Point
"And grid bikes but his cahoots has grown. She's now advising several startups. She's chairing the cahoots foundation with her husband. Odeen Domingo and she's even advocating for co working as an economic development tool for building vibrant equitable cities. When it comes to navigating the highs and lows a partnership Jenny's almost seen it all but throughout this conversation. Keep in mind that these lessons aren't just relevant to business partnerships. They also apply to your tribe and yes also you're a mandate partners. So let's get after it here to share her story perspective on the importance of understanding. Your partners this is Jenny. Poon I WANNA start with painting a picture for you. It was the middle of the recession were in Phoenix. Tons of my friends lost their jobs and I was trying to figure out how to Rian Vision my future so I started this design agency and as getting my first clients abroad on these interns as hiring. My first employee work was coming in. I was working from home. Which was like the dream for somebody that had been in corporate America for a while and then it kind of hit me that I was surrounded by all of my interns and nobody was pushing me forward in the past. I'd been in agencies and in big teams where I was surrounded with copywriters and other art directors and videography in this whole creative industry and so I was trying to solve a couple of different problems when I went out to look for space. I didn't have a huge budget but also when I asked a real estate broker to help me find a place. They gave me two options than at the end of it all looked like about three thousand dollars a month at least and it wasn't prepared for that right. I was a new start up a new small business. My income at that point was like zero after hiring and all my expenses but that time co working didn't exist in I didn't know what corking was in so I said okay. What do I need to do to get into this thousand square foot space? They said if I could take this thousand square foot space and divvy it up just like those big guys divvy up the big floors but I just wanted on a smaller scale in a broad in the right people that would have the growth mindset. That would help me grow as a business owner and found ways for us to help each other than honestly the space wasn't the core piece of it. It was these people. I had never done this before. I didn't have any connections. The fear of starting something started to settle in and it was like. How am I gonNa do this so on a one year agreement? I worked out this deal with this landlord inside. We just try this thing out. You take all of the checks I will run it. You give me the physical space. All brandit market it. Come up with the whole concept and we can figure it out from there. I just thought I could pop this thing up and it would solve run while it was great. He was on board. We set goals and we hit the first six month goals within the first two months but then come the third month. There was a little bit of a stall and he kinda got freaked out because I think it was the middle of the recession. And he didn't have enough money coming in to pay for his other buildings and he decided that he didn't want to be a part of this anymore he honestly didn't see the value in it and also didn't think it would be successful so he bailed him. He's that you wanNA keep doing this. You pay normal rant or get out and at that time we were barely breaking even and so asked the group. What do you about this? Is this something you believe in and everybody in that group said yes and then the next month we essentially doubled that membership and hit our break even point a couple months later the landlord walks into the building and he sees the room full of people and he just does the math on it and a day later he comes in and says that the deal we originally signed is no longer intact so I basically said that's illegal. We have a Li signed. You can't change the lease. At this point which began this very tumultuous relationship and overtime it became so bad that he actually tried to start his own co working concept and kick us out of this BS. One hundred percent of those businesses followed us into a smaller space in the interim until their new space was built out and that was one incredible moment where I thought what I- gift to pour yourself into something and in those moments when you feel like the game is over the people that you've helped along the way come forward to that story. I say really pay attention to who your partner with so a few years later were inner new space rebuilt this really great ecosystem when anyone starts a business they say go to. This is where you start this as where you'll have a cheerleader to push forward and there's a lot of things that we wanted to do and a piece of it was how do we create more economic opportunity for people who really need it like the resources that are available to somebody that comes from a immigrant background or an underrepresented population. Do not get access to these same opportunities tomorrow. The biggest challenges that we face are solving these bigger world problems and so if those people that are closest to these problems would never be able to access entrepreneurship working to continue to have these problems as we move into the future and that meant creating this nonprofit arm that we've created called the coots foundation and the kids foundation is really looking at. How do we expand this resource center that we've created? How do we give these opportunities to people of color into low income communities so they can build a path to wealth? So we looked at. How do we do that while? Running the business that we run. How do we more these two things together and create a space that is welcoming all so that in a few years we could look across the space agency fifty fifty men and women but also see a diverse population because ideas aren't segmented into ZIP codes? We had saved essentially a hundred thousand dollars. And we said we're GonNa pour this one hundred thousand dollars into this nonprofit to get it off the ground that would fund one fulltime person for a year and some change. Well things were going well and it had been a long time since I'd had somebody who could run as fast as I can run towards a goal. We were seeing all this success. We're bringing in great people. We saw gender equality fifty fifty gender ratio in our space within a year year and a half but she was a type that would shut down an ice me out and I was working really hard to overcome that. But I'm five years in as a manager now and had learned that that was not the way that I wanted to communicate with people and so that spiraled into something that was really ugly and really destructive and to this day. I have heartbreak over it. To make a long story short it all became this crashing down because it had been six years of savings that we had put into this and the communication had broken between us and so I think she tried to torpedo the organization and it was unfortunately done all over email but she ended up exiting and the one saving grace that we had in that one which I learned from the first one was to develop a contract really early on and talk about what divorce look like. This is a person that you spend more time with than your own family right. So you have to make sure that you've created very clear. Expectations your partnership agreement. Should be incredibly clear and they should be able to understand where your priorities are what you truly believe because honestly that helps in the partnership if you were to no longer work with each other what do you WanNa leave with. What is your partner? WanNa leave with? What are the things you hold most valuable as you move through? If you know that I'm most protective about my brand and the vision for it then you will keep that in mind as you work through your piece of the puzzle it also helps you predict some of what might happen if titles start to shift in that something. They're sensitive about then. Don't screw around with titles right like give them the title that they want and for me. Don't try to screw around with the branding and messaging. Because that's what's most important to me. Those little things while they seem small and basic are such core elements to a great partnership and honestly immediately addressing. Situation is the best thing you can do rather than have it fester and become this monster of a thing. Its value of giving its value of supporting each other. It's a value of doing really honest. Good business if you think about those great opportunities where other people have given something to you and you think about what you felt in those moments when people gave you something just because they saw that you needed but you never asked you can do that too so many people every single day so you think about what your skills are and what you have to give and they don't even have to be difficult things they can easily be. These simple things asked me to build like a complex APP and you will kill me but asked me to give you five minutes of my time to review your logo and strategy and those are easy things for me to do. I would just think about what you have to give as you walk through your different adventures in life and think about what are your skills will be open to asking for help when you need it because what you get out of. It is bigger than anything. You've probably would have even imagined in the beginning.
"poon" Discussed on Ignition Point
"Welcome to ignition points the show the to get you fired up and ready to win the weak if you're looking to buy your mindset with a fresh perspective you're in the right place. Hey what's going on? I'm Stephen Miller and you're listening to a point the show. That's here get you fired up and ready to win the week. If you follow me on instagram twitter Arlington. You probably saw me posting from Phoenix Startup Week. Of course that's why the show's been a wall. But it's one of those events you really need to find the time to experience you get exposure to great networking motivational speakers. Educational sessions in a remarkable set. A new resources to tap into each and every year so wherever you're from and whether in a startup or not do some googling and get out to your local startup week or your local entrepreneurship week. Once he figured that out. Grab your phone going your favorite APP for listening to podcasts. And make sure you're following the show to be notified when new episodes drop or season. Finale is only a few weeks away and I've got some big surprises. The first of which. I'll be announcing next Monday. But on today's show I'm going to be talking about how you can navigate. The pitfalls of partnership with Jenny Poon Jenny's the CO founder of Phoenix's purpose driven co working space called cahoots cahoots provides a professional inspirational space. For over two hundred eighty scaling entrepreneurs and small businesses by nurturing the community and promoting collaboration since day one cahoots has had a hand in creating hundreds of jobs in Phoenix and his earned high praises the number one co working space in Arizona. Number two in the nation and number nine in the world before starting cahoots Jan was known for her award winning work in the design community where she designed strategies for brands like the World Trade Center Association local I as E..
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"You are listening to Rosalind Poon writer, researcher in designer because I genuinely took it on I generally believe so consequently. Question. Some of my friends and pals who would progressively getting older. It wasn't obvious. Immediately. It became obvious fo the closer. They got to fifty. And when I now when I roll turning fifty. Oh, I'm going to stop everything, and I'm going to go to the United States and leave. Am I had a heart attack? They book to me, and I said, what you crazy. With fifty is supposed to be getting ready for retirement as opposed to be scribbling away everything and saving an doing crazy, things like this. In fact, I thought I was crazy. And, and it was at that point that I realized that there was potting of the ways, but it's supposed to I. Lost my old friends. They just became old, France. Right. Right. And I acquired new friends since living in Las Vegas, which is an incredible place to live, because it's so easy to make people of all ages, and all backgrounds, we find now that most of our friends are in fact in the middle full, right? And that's not by choice that just happens to be because that's the way I am. I'm that age. So you just change the default, then in your brain because I think we all kind of have a default, right that, okay? And fifty this is going to happen sixty train that really from birth. Absolutely. So, you know, I'm going to change that I realized that day on my forty four fifty that. There is no. There's no real thing cold time to start with and you do research into is done, and people like that not explain all about it. But, but I wanna case if this time. Who do I want to tell me in my life? That I'm going to be this age. And I'm going to act, according to that, nobody, it's my life. So if I'm willing to take on the responsibility, which is what it is and become aware of it. Then I can set it to whatever I feel comfortable at. Right. And, and consequently because of that because. I- recalibrated. To make the decision to sell up my home on the beach to sell up my motorbikes toys, cumulated, and go to America for, I knew nobody no network credit card. No driver's license. No nothing except Bunke a little bit. But it was my decision because it was my life. And so it's exciting. But the interesting thing also is when I first recalibrated from forty four to thirty two I saved twelve as I said a twelve years into my timeline. That very day, I didn't lose experience said, both I was thirty two with only advantages of all the lessons. I learned from my fist being thirty to forty four. And build on this. But now I have the youthful enthusiasm of someone who study to. Well, this is the thing then we all know that we're all going to die. Everybody's gonna die. We all know that might win, but we know we're going to die. So but you're saying, I think a lot of people feel that we're all gonna, and they feel that it's kind of, like death. They're going age a certain way. And, you know, you, you will end up with the death part, but, but who knows. And that's that's true. In, in my book. I mentioned that there are a couple of things that as humans we say a definite that is Texas. Dave. And, and the quite rise. But the point that I want to make is that really two things. One is we all know we're going to die and even I admit I'm going to die and what that's okay. But all my friends on the pill, I've indicated have said that they wouldn't mind, the mind dying if in fact, I could stay young right up until that point. Right. So what we do is we don't to age. We don't want to get old. We don't wanna get dependent on people. We don't do all the horrible things that we see elderly people doing, and we see on television and in the media as being. I think the trick with this is in recalibrating. You thinking what we're doing is with deferring old age too late as humanly possible. Right. And that's that's true. Well, that makes it if you actually ever shared some of these concepts that I know this isn't just, you know, she's thinking about this. Okay. I'm going to do you've done a lot of research, and if you ever talked with doctors 'cause I know there are some people some doctors out there, the kind of believe like you that, that is a part of that, like, yeah, you're going to get older, but it's how you're going to get older. In. It's not just a matter of while you got to work out, and you gotta do this, and that it's gotta believe it, too, and getting older aging is like Texas. The object of the exercise in today's society is to minimize your tax. So we have texts accountants to help us to minimize text you don't have to pay it. But we try to stay with aging is aging, psych techs. We know we're going to age, but the trick is to minimize it. And that's why it's great to hear that doctors and people like that. And I've met quite a few around the world, that also agree that a lot of it, most of it now comes from a mind goes into the back of hits on the problem with being human, of course in today's society is we have so much to do just to leave. There's so many demands on that has time to sit on the topic mountain, and think about this stuff you, but I actually had you will hear more from Rosalyn Poon in just a moment. Time now for luxury living figure style with feeding the.
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"Do we have any politicians that care anything about San Diego or more broadly? The southern end of the state does anybody believe for a second Gavin Newsom cares about anything but the bay area? All he cares about is the bay area. I mean, he literally he couldn't give a rip about San Diego. Burial county Orange County. LA cat. He doesn't care a whit about this. And you know, what's amazing? None of our politicians care about San Diego. We gotta mayor here. Who's worried about just city hall, pay gap stuff? He's ninety percent of the time. He's in Rosarito or Kabo or every place. But here he's on trade missions and taking trips. Now, you gotta governor who's upset. Newsom is amazing. Like the fact that he has no pride at all in the state of California or even in his home city that birthed him in in San Francisco like he's now known as governor Poon needles. I mean, his his note his entire legacies. Po and needles. He is governor Poon eagles have decided to retire to some news. I am now from now on referring to him as governor Poon needles. That's all he cares about is being beloved incense Salvador and the bay area, but he doesn't even care that the people of the bay area are suffering from his PU needles policy. It's an unbelievable things. We got Kabo Kevin down. Here. We got Rosarito Kevin down here. We got Tijuana Baja Kevin we got all that. Nobody cares. There's not a politician that gives a rip about where we live is ever done you about that. Does that bother you a little bit? I'm not talking about county supervisors I'm not talking about mayors of different small towns and cities you guys. Solid. I know what's going on there. I'm talking about the actual mayor of the city of San Diego, and he'd never even here never been dumping people on the streets and sidewalks and San Diego. Okay. Very good. So get Gavin Newsom is part of this whole fight involving the. Census question. He admitted something yesterday in oppressive AL ability that is shocking. It's about a minute now half long. He admits something though in this clip. I don't think we played this yesterday. He's talking about the census question and how badly asking that question will hurt the state of California because he essentially admits there's fraud. There's fraud inside the way we have constructed congressional delegation. He knows that we have stolen electoral votes from other states that we didn't deserve to steal. And he's petrified of being unmasked governor Poon heals cares. More about keeping the fraudulent seagoing that he cares about integrity. He doesn't care about American citizens. He doesn't care about people who are here on legal visas. He doesn't care about people who are here on green cards. He doesn't care about anybody who's contributing to the system in a legal way. He only cares about those people who represent body count for him that he can replace you people who are moving out with at if they're poor all the better. It doesn't matter. So here's here's Gavin Newsom yesterday. Complaining about the census question. Listen to how he puts it go the sense. This question is one purpose. And that's to undercount diverse communities tend to hurt illegals. California illegals will have real consequences economic consequences and potentially from representation perspective, we could actually lose a house seat in that process. We're doing more than probably any other state to offset the damage that's already been done because I want to knowledge us, regardless of digitalization of the supreme court the damage has been done. So we're going to do everything we can to address it. And we're just hopeful Justice Roberts proves that. He's more independently minded than some make think so he say, we need Justice Roberts to save our bacon because we know we still at least one congressional seat like let that sit in that was to the Associated Press. Let let let that sit in and set in on your mind. It's it's remarkable. He's essentially saying. We're gonna lose. We're gonna lose a seat. We're gonna lose a seat in the congress. You guys are getting rid of the electoral college, right? So what happens if like Texas picks up six congressional seats in California loses like three, we don't know what the actual population of the state is because you're carrying legals and you're saying well completely legit. You broke the law to come in great. We're welcoming you worry. Welcome. Listen to the the sort of disgusting language, he uses its he speaks in fraudulent terms. He'll literally went down to the crossroads and sold his soul to the devil to become the governor of the state all in an effort to impoverish and gouge the is out of this state. He wants to gouge out the eyes plug up the ears and closed the mouths of opponents. So he can have his way with the tax payers in this state. He listen again to what he says he knows he knows that these Democrats got elected in November with throat voter fraud. He knows that. And he's worried that there is a an impact threatening to enforce laws in the state of California because it's all going really well for him every yesterday when buddy, but it was in Budig Buttigieg. But h but it said yesterday that all the we are welcoming community, we're a welcoming community, and these are people who pay sales taxes and property taxes. We want more of them Gavin Newsom doesn't care about who. It is it lives in the state all he cares about his body count. And it's so weird because he's looking at a state that is pumping tax payers out into other states into our Zona into Nevada into Texas into Tennessee and to Florida. So he sees that outflow then he sees the. Outflow of the body count at the Planned Parenthood clinics. And he says I'll just replace those hundreds of thousands of people that are fleeing the state and those hundreds of thousands of people that are being executed PP clinics. And I'm just going to bring in like new fifteen hundred week at a San Salvador, Guatemala City or Honduras or GOP's and anybody is good. That's what he's saying. Anybody will do get me a body. Anybody will do? He's literally running an electoral version of weekend. Bernie's. Why don't we just I mean Gabby? Why don't you just go out and take a head count of people that are in the coroner's lockers, and how many people have you got on ice in here. Thirty add that to the census that's more votes for Democrats in the congressional race played us again played us again, John let me hear governor Newsom talk about his big plan and how he's relying on John Roberts to break the logjam and certify the fraud that apparently is taking place in the state of California. And Newsome knows it go the sense. This question is one purpose. And that's to undercount diverse communities. The tend to hurt blue states like California, they will have real consequences economic consequences and potentially from representation perspective, we could actually lose a house seat in that process. We're doing more than probably any other state to offset the damage that's already been done, regardless of digitalization of the spring court the damage has been done. So we're going to do. Anything we can to address it. And we're just hopeful Justice Roberts proofs that he's more independently minded than some make thick by glad all that just set in for you, folks. He's going to bat for people that he knows he's bringing in illicit fashion. In eighteen ninety the census asked a very simple question. They asked a question of everybody answering are you if you are in a non naturalized adult male of twenty one or older, are you attempting to naturalize they wanted to measure assimilation. There is no need for assimilation in our state in the mind. Gavin Newsom, I've talked about this on the air, you have gone from a high value of citizenship to evalu- of residency to a value of anybody. We'll just take any. But are you visiting are in town did go to SeaWorld. Are you are you in the state to go to Universal Studios? Are you coming in to buy some weed, we'll count you make sure you stay here and use the hotel room is your address because we need more Democrats in the congress. We gotta steal this thing in two thousand twenty. It just you understand at that moment. Why people are fleeing the state you understand why people are saying five dollar five dollar gasoline. Pope and needles in the streets homeless maniacs. Taking over communities the cops won't arrest them. There's no vagrancy laws. There's zero quality left. Put you have the beach. There's a lot of beach in America, take a look at the map. There's a lot of beach in America. Are you staying for the beach? Are you staying for the sunshine is a line of sunshine in America? And they're they're places that the streets are not covered in feces and needles, and where you have elected officials who respect tax payers who are wise with the money, and who are not actively working to subordinate international norms of behavior meaning migrant caravans and federal law when it comes to enforcing the border. So just add all those things I certainly don't want to lose any members of my audience. But when you hear the. Sales pitch go the other way, that's really beautiful here. People like to come really where. Where San Francisco LA typhus, bedbugs feces needles. Five dollars gasoline, somebody explained to me the upshot 'cause I don't see it right now. I'm not leaving. I got I got me a contract. I'm staying here. I'm gonna continue to fight this fight from behind the blue curtain, but man, Gavin Newsom. You you will be among those people point to when they say, they're walks Herod. He's the Roman proconsul of the state threat wearable, show AM seven sixty talking breaking news, Jim Sharpe. That's got headlines. The woman who crashed an Easter service at Clermont church where their baby in one arm and the.
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"Dog westie Poon mix. He's about twenty pounds. We thank you. And he plays to the dog park wonderfully with all sizes big small, but when he gets to black labs or dogs that are all black and black in the face. You get very very aggressive from being playful and fun to come out the snarling. And where did you get the dog from Ben? We are stirred owner on we got him through a foster agency. Okay. Do we know anything about his background? Did he live with other dogs prior the first home, it was just a single mother and some children, okay? The obviously had a bunch of dogs, and I guess never showed any signs there in. That's all we really know. Okay. It's not unusual and believe me, I it's not racism at all. But there are dogs that will react in a certain way to darker dogs. For example, I had a German shepherd many years ago that had a very dark face the friendliest dog in the world and all of my dogs get along with other dogs. But sometimes when other dogs would see him they would get aggressive towards him because of the darkness because of the coloration they know dogs do see colors, but they see the darkness in some dogs DC that I as as an aggressive thing and react to it. In fact, it's more difficult for black dogs to find homes at shelters because a lot of people don't want black dogs. But that's the reasoning behind it. They see it that way. How can you resolve it the best way to resolve? It would be to walk them around in the area where the maybe other black dogs or black dog that, you know, just keep walking back and forth over a period of time weeks or whatever making sure there's no reaction on the other dogs part. No reaction on your dog park and the more. He's exposed to. Black dogs. We're any aggressive behavior to better off. However, here's my guess, and I'm pretty good at this. My guess is either the first people or at the rescue, and I admire rescues either had a dark dog or a black dog there that was either overly assertive with your dog aggressive with your dog or maybe even when after your dog and dogs north with sociation. So now when the dock season of the black dog in his mind, he better be more aggressive upfront. So I think that's probably the reasoning behind it. However, it's very much more common than you think that other dogs will be more assertive or aggressive towards a black dog ridiculous as it may sound is it's just a matter of survival. So that's what's going on here. Is it something that can be learned out of the dog? Yeah, we're doing by doing exactly what I said. I do not take them to have a friend. Maybe the black dog. Let them kind of walk past each other making sure your dog gets positive attention. Don't overreact to your dogs aggression and little by little he can overcome the the the aggressive tendencies towards black dogs when he sees them. I was dog park the other day where people had a lot of dogs and one dog that more the dogs were going after was pitiful black shepherd lab mix. It was running around. So it's not that uncommon. Okay. Even talk even talks even docked can be prejudice. Imagine that. Anyway, Ben, listen, don't go anywhere. What I'm gonna do is. I'm gonna put you on hold, Dan. And I am going to send a ban. You know, what Ben I am going to send you I am going to send Ben some. Oh god. I know what to say. Ben, Ben, I'm going to send you some. I'm gonna say some-. Somebody's gonna send you a copy of my book, advocate your doctor. Do you want? You to read some of the chapters on aggressive behavior, the phone number eight seven seven seven two five eight hundred fifty five Sherry Jamie, Kimberly. We're gonna get to your phone calls and just a little bit eight seven seven seven two five eight hundred fifty five.
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"The outskirts of Poon job. Welcome back. Tom urban here with you apropos of my rant. Just before the break. Somebody tweeted to me just say, I'll tell you who it was. But I I get that tweet. Matthew Dowd tweet where he said media take as we leave two thousand eighteen behind in her about to head into twenty nineteen. My hope is that many in the news media stop treating politics like a game. Let's stop with who is scoring points. Coverage and focus on what really matters and give the coverage more meaning and purpose. And let's see thanks to share an M for re tweeting that to me, which I'm going to like live on the air here right now and nNcholas in San Cristobal, Mexico. Hate nNcholas what's up. Hartman happy new year to you Louise in the whole crew. Thank you happy new year to you too made date may two thousand eighteen significantly better year for the world in eighteen has been and thanks for hanging out in her YouTube chat room and playing the role. You do I appreciate it. Degrees lately. But that's right. Apropos your rent, which is terrific? Your best. You know, when you get really hit bet stuff. It's great. But as an old guy, I've been watching exactly what you were ranting about the mainstream media. Wyatt is not actually report more actual news. I think it's completely accidental. They oh so much so many obligations to so many advertisers in so many different fields that if if they don't keep as many balls in the air going at once some of them will land in the public will get their hands on them long enough to actually begin to make decisions nNcholas are you suggesting that if if the if the big cable networks were to do a piece on how the drug companies are ripping us off that they might lose the billions of dollars hundreds of millions presumably in an average certainly tens of millions in advertising that they get from the pharmaceutical industry that if they do a piece on how you know Boeing has put its one of its thirty one year employees in charge of the Pentagon. We might not see any more ads for Boeing McDonnell Douglas. That that if that if the if we were just start reporting banksters are ripping us off that there wouldn't be any more ads from is that what you're saying Nicolas. Oh my God. So say, it ain't so. Look. Yes, it is. You know? I know it we're old enough to watch. It all fall apart slid down this razor blade of advertising. And here, we are you can still take on your advertisers. I mean, we had we had last week the week before they may still be advertising we had a steak company. I, you know, I don't eat meat. I go on the air. And I say we shouldn't eat meat. It's it's bad for the environment. I, you know, but you know, they wanted to advertise on the show the future. I, you know, we may side that, but in this is this is like, you know, you can still be honest with people regardless of who's advertising on your show, or at least I would think so handy, but don't confuse yourself with the network executives who are making the millions of dollars. It's far more important to them those millions of dollars in tone, the public the truth the last thing they want, and I know it sounds terribly cynical. But that's what happened to me during my lifetime since Berkeley. They don't want us or the public. They don't want the public understanding the full truth how badly they'd been ripped off. Nater has talked about it for how long forever, you know, all of its Lert people have Chomsky has. I was just listening to believe it or not. I Morris Berman hit escaped me my entire life. Much chagrin Morris Berman's and talking about it his whole life, by the way, a quick aside. You're you know, someone in Christine Mattis ATS with a K K R. I S T A any Christine, Mattis brilliant, social hyphen, environmentalists Justice. Seger. Incredible on YouTube, only, a couple brilliant. She has found some new dots. That should be connected to the whole environmental thing. That wasn't where we were going with this. Yeah. I I am that cynical. And I do think they do not want the public to understand how poorly they've been badly. They'd been ripped off. Oh, I absolutely agree. Nicholas. I absolutely agree. And and and it's just it's a crime against democracy. I mean, you know, Jefferson said famously if you want to have a an uneducated public and a functioning Republic or democracy, you're asking for something that never existed and never will. I'm I'm badly paraphrasing. But ES spot nNcholas any move on. But thank you for the call. And and yeah. Well, said tad at black diamond Washington. Hey, what's up? Good morning, Tom happy new year to you and your family. Thank you. The Jesus scared out of me last night. My cell phone went off at eleven thirty two and Louise's. Also. In fact, she had fallen asleep wearing wearing an apple watch. It went off Nate's went off Shawn's went off. We got woken up in the middle of the night. Yeah. I was in Hawaii during that missile scare. Was an incoming ballistic missile. What about three second five seconds? Whatever you could seen me. I went white. I was thinking oh God. It's happening. Again. I thought it was the I thought it was the big one. You know, the earthquake is the supposed to hit the Pacific northwest and kill millions of people. I thought oh my God. This is an early warning. And. And usually we go to sleep around eight thirty, you know, too because I've got to get up at four thirty or five to do this show. But anyhow back to you, Ted know. Yeah. So it turned out to be this nine one one nationwide outage at the time. They said it was Washington. I didn't realize this whole thing is nationwide and looked at the news is listening to NPR and all this stuff. And no mention other. Well, this outage, blah, blah, blah. I'm talking about this buddy of mine, who's a big Fox News was back in Illinois. And I said nobody's talking all about it. I said, Yep. But nobody's mentioned is that this is a system wide failure in because it's been hacking good. It's been like a terrorist. Well, that was that was my question. This is the system wide failure for one company. Isn't it isn't it? Just variety was essentially like it was just. Yeah. I was just CenturyLink. So I'm wondering where they have had. They got a virus or a mole or a worm or whatever the appropriate word is there from the North Korean government that Chinese. Government is somebody practicing to take down the United States is in this kind of soft power. Or is this just a corporate screw up? We should know. Shouldn't we well? I think this is more than a raccoon in a transformer someplace like, I agree. Recalled in transformer. That's why we don't have a nine one one is a critical infrastructure happens. If it's the water next you'll like the little things that are going on a little bit here a little bit there. I'm not trying to beat conspiracy guy. I'm not trying to sell. You don't have to be Ted. You can look this up. I did. So last weekend there there they have shut down. I mean, literally foreign governments apparently. And and a lot of his tracks back to China. Have literally shut down companies have shut down water systems have infiltrated the computer systems of nuclear power plant. I mean, the list goes on and on it's easily found, but it's never discussed in the media. Never. And they never discussed that. There might be underlying. Yeah. Down. So somebody's looking into it. Why did it go down? What's going on here? What should we be doing just as? Yeah. Yeah. I completely agree. I I keep saying, you know, the way that the next war is going to be fought is maybe not maybe not ultimately. But initially the opening salvo I think of World War three whether whether we decide to do something in the Middle East where there's some good hackers or whether we did decide to do something against in in southern Asia where there's good hackers or whether you know, arguably in central and South America, although I doubt that we're going to end up in a nuclear exchange with any of them. But before or Russia for that matter, you know, if if it was Russia Russia say over Ukraine or something like that. The opening salvo is not going to be missiles coming our way. The opening salvo is going to be suddenly Chicago goes dark, suddenly the entire water system for New York City is shut off suddenly, you know, all of the internet west of the Mississippi vanishes, something like that. That's going to be how the next war starts and nobody's talking about this. And nobody's doing anything about it. Because so much of our. Infrastructure has been privatized and these corporate these private corporations do not want to spend the money on security for our infrastructure. We already did in Iraq. When Bush junior went in for Iraq, number two that we shut down all their systems to before we went. You're absolutely right. It was the same strategy that the United States did y'all with Iraq. You'll before we even dropped a bomb. We sat down there, and we did it with Iran with the sucks net virus, you know, we took down their entire nuclear program. I mean, this this is something that we need to be paying attention to for those of you who don't live in the in the in the northern Oregon or or I guess the entire state of Washington. This thing went off at eleven thirty last night, which was the middle of the night for many of us who go to sleep early. This thing went off. And it was the sound of an air raid. Siren I have never heard anything that loud. Come out of my watch out of my phone. Insane thing that lasted for like, what seemed like minutes, it probably was fifteen seconds. But it just jolted me out of a sound sleep. And I was like oh my God. This is a, you know, the the get ready for the house to slide down the hill, or whatever it's like, you know, should we be any Ted? I gotta move along with thank you for the call spot on these are these are actual real issues that we should be talking about. I don't think you're going to hear any of that conversation that Ted. I just had on the network news on the cable news, Nathan Tempe. Arizona. Hi, Nathan, what's on your mind today. Tom. I just wanted to start off by saying I'm a huge fan of your show. Secondly, thank you. I just wanted to talk about student loan debt. But kind of switch the focus away from the public student loan debt to private student loan debt and. There is no there isn't a lot of media come on this issue. Right. This is where it's most pernicious. And and and frankly, most predatory is is the private the corporate student loan debt, the private student loan debt. No, I I I one hundred percent agree with that. I mean as someone with private student loan debt, I can tell you is for four years. I've been called like every hour on the hour from Sallie Mae. But no my question was really that. Like, why is there like when we typically talk about student loan debt? We typically try to focus on the federal student loan debt, but there's very little coverage on the private side. And they just kind of wanted to get your perspective on line that is. Probably for the same reason as we've been talking about for the last half hour lies, fifteen minutes is that is that the private student loan debt is held by corporations who advertise in big media, and and these big big banks and these big companies have interlocking boards of directors with the media companies..
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"Dot or the warrant piece report I'm Amy Goodman President Donald Trump. Called Wednesday for his attorney general to immediately end special counsel. Robert Muller's investigation into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election prompting critics to charge the president is guilty of obstructing Justice, and a Wednesday morning tweets, storm Trump, wrote this, is a terrible situation in Terni general Jeff Sessions should stop this rigged. Witch hunt right now before it continues to stay in, our country, any further. Congressman Adam Schiff the ranking. Democrat on the house intelligence committee responded this. Is an attempt to obstruct Justice hiding in plain sight America must never accept it At the White House senior administration officials. Claimed Trump was merely expressing an opinion this is White House. Press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders Look the president is not obstructing he's fighting back the president is stating his opinion. He stating at. Clearly and he's certainly expressing the frustration that he has with the level of, corruption that we've seen from people like Jim Komi Peter Struck Andrew McCabe, President. Trump's call for an end, to the Muller, probe came on the second. Day of his former campaign manager's trial in Alexandria Virginia Paul Manafort. Faces eighteen charges including tax fraud Bank fraud and money laundering prosecutors told the jury Manafort hid much of the sixty million dollars. He earned from lobbying as an unregistered foreign agent on behalf, of pro, Russian Ukrainian, officials by stashing it in undisclosed overseas accounts witnesses, describe Manafort is spending lavishly from the accounts on cars, luxury goods home renovations even at fifteen thousand dollar ostrich skin leather jacket President Trump. Weighed in on the trial and a tweet suggesting Manafort. Is being treated worse, in jail, than the. Notorious Lobster Al Capone in south Texas the American immigration lawyers. Association says a. Migrant toddler who is separated from her family is part of the President Trump, zero tolerance border policy died shortly after being released from the Dili family, detention. Center he Houston-based lawyer Gani, tweeted the child, died following her stay at. An ice detention center as a result of possible negligent care and. A respiratory illness she contracted from one of the other children unquote last year lawyers with the ACO you and several other groups. Sued ice alleging it have been violating its own policy by, locking up, pregnant women, at Delhi and four other immigration jails the death, came as about seven hundred children forcibly separated from their, parents at the border have still not been reunited with them A federal court has declared. President Trump's executive order withholding funds from sanctuary cities in California unconstitutional however Wednesday's ruling by a three judge panel. On the ninth US circuit. Quarter of appeals will lift a nationwide injunction against Trump's crackdown on sanctuary cities a lower court is now slated to consider reimposing. That in Changcheng cities across California and then me and the other states, have passed sanctuary. City policies, barring local police from cooperating, with federal immigration agencies the New York Times reports that Trump. Administration's considering a plan to sharply. Reduce the number of refugees allowed to settle in the United States the plan which has the support of Trump's anti-immigrant senior policy. Adviser Stephen Miller would cap the number of refugees resettled next year to twenty five thousand forty percent drop. From the current cap the number of refugees allowed into the US by the Trump administration has slowed to a near trickle with The country already on pace to allow in the, fewest number of refugees since the federal refugee resettlement. Program was created in one thousand nine hundred eighty in Zimbabwe's capital Harare soldiers and police used tear gas water cannons and live ammunition Wednesday, to clear protesters who taken to the streets to allege Monday's presidential. And parliamentary vote was rigged at least three people were shot dead scores more left injured many of them film being beaten. By soldiers a spokesperson for the opposition party movement for democratic change called the violence and attack on democracy Deployment of tanks and fighting a fly munition on civilians porno apart in Greece Civilians are allowed to demand the specs of their rights, in an awful manner This order, may be dealt with by the police who are best trained for public quote Soldiers are trained to kill during war We. Are seriously to wonder what, this means are we in. War civilians the enemy of the state the deadly crackdown on protests came after election. Returns showed president Emmerson mnangagwa's ruling Zanu PF party. Is heading for a large parliamentary majority there's been no announcement, of a winner in the presidential race prompting international election observers to question the credibility of the vote in the Democratic Republic of Congo and new investigation by vice news bolsters evidence of. Ethnic cleansing of the. Haleema ethnic minority in the eastern province the violence began last December is hundreds of machete-wielding. Militiamen swept through areas west of lake Albert on Congo's border with Uganda about one hundred twenty communities were attacked with hundreds killed thousands. Of homes destroyed and. Some, three, hundred fifty thousand. People displaced investigative journalists Nick terse reports. The violence came after the US abruptly Support for peacekeeping. Efforts last year as part of President Trump's America first policies President Trump doubled down and his growing trade war with China Wednesday threatening. To increase tariffs on. A, range, of Chinese products. From ten percent to twenty five percent The tariffs would target some two hundred billion dollars of Chinese goods Trump launched a tit for tat series, of, tariffs, after talks with. Beijing broke down in may prompting what Chinese officials have called the largest trade war in economic history Google is preparing to launch a service in China that allow Chinese sensors to block. Search terms, about human rights democracy religion and peaceful protests that's, according to the intercept which reports the. Project codename Dragonfly was launched in the spring of last year and. Accelerated after Google CEO met with a top Chinese government official in December. In response Patrick, Poon of, Amnesty International told the intercept quote the biggest search engine in the world obeying the censorship in China is a victory for the Chinese government it sends. A signal that nobody, will bother to challenge the censorship anymore he said Amnesty International, says, hackers recently targeted one of its staffers and a sophisticated surveillance effort by a hostile government to Spy on the group's work the staffer who was working on a campaign calling for the release of jailed women's rights activists in Saudi Arabia received an anonymous message and our Beck and. WhatsApp smartphone, application the message was found to contain a link, that would install the malware program Pegasus. Developed by an Israeli cyber intelligence firm which allows a third party. To spy extensively on an encrypted phones calls photos and messages amnesty warns. The attack was, likely part, of a much broader effort to spy on activists in several countries across Asia Africa and Europe The Trump administration's. Cleared the way for insurance companies to expand their sales.
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Michael Cohen's business partner, known as "Taxi King," pleads guilty in deal
"Live from npr news in washington i'm korva coleman international journalists are on their way to north korea's mountainous region in the northeast where the regime is planning to demolish part of its main nuclear test site npr's elise hugh reports it's following through on a pledge made during the interkorean summit the nuclear test site at poon gary is where north korea detonated underground bombs six times most recently in the fall of last year but at their april twentyseventh summit north korean leader kim jong earn told south korea's president he doesn't have a need for nuclear weapons if communication with the us became regular and the regime felt at security with guaranteed so north korea is making this gesture of destroying tunnels at poon gary it's expected to happen sometime in the coming day or so journalists from the us uk russia china and south korea have been flown into the north to observe the dismantling south korea's journalists were allowed in only at the last minute elise hugh npr news soul a business partner of president trump's longtime personal lawyer michael cohen has pleaded guilty to tax fraud npr's ryan lucas says the deal could have implications for cohen's own legal troubles you have guinea friedman pleaded guilty in albany county court to tax fraud related to his taxicab business and has agreed to pay five million in restitution judgments the new york times says friedman also agreed to cooperate with state and federal authorities and investigations friedman's lawyer told npr he wouldn't describe the substance or scope of the guilty plea friedman's potential cooperation could ratchet up the pressure on cohen who is under investigation by federal authorities in new york for his business dealings including his taxi medallions some of which were reportedly run by friedman cone is due in federal court in manhattan next week ryan lucas npr news washington the southwestern baptist theological seminary has removed its well known president page patterson after some recorded controversial remarks of his surfaced patterson is told women to stay with physically abusive husbands you have to do what you can at home to be submissive in every way that you can and tell him obviously if he's doing that kind of thing he's got some very deep spiritual problems and you have to pray god brings into intersection of his life both people and those events that need to come into his life to arresting and bring him to the state so decision by.
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"Bad deal netanyahu claims the deal gives iran a clear path to nuclear arsenal secretary of state mike pompeo says the united states is open to a to stay solution to the israeli palestinian conflict if both parties agree punk peyot says peace between the israelis and palestinians remains a priority of the trump administration that caravan of immigrants trying to get into the us from mexico is being held up near san diego because there is no room for them correspondent kaitlan collins has repeatedly used this caravan as a means to justify his calls to build a border wall saying that us border laws are just too lax and he was even speaking about it at that rally in michigan on saturday night saying he might shut down the government in september if he doesn't get enough money for border security enough money for that border wall preparations underway for a summit between president trump and north korean leader kim jong hoon correspondent paula hancocks is in south korea hearing from the blue is that kim jong has said that he is going to close down shut down the north korean nuclear facility which is in poon gary this is the testing site where all six tests have been carried out and he said he's going to do that in may islamic state suicide bombers struck in afghanistan's capital killing at least twenty five people including nine journalists the second attack time to go after rescuers and reporters on wall street the dow is up about twenty points at this hour i'm mike moss from your breaking news station i'm pat allen this news brought to you by california closets simplify your life lukewarm chef ski is going to prison for fifteen years he's the man accused of killing cabdriver larry mullen last year mullin was found injured dismiss parking lot later died at the scene marschewski left the area but was eventually located at the dancing angled travel center off of interstate forty he pled no contest a second degree murder and under the terms of his plea deal faced fifteen years behind bars he will also have three years of probation once he is released vandals severely damaged nichols parked in a neighborhood near eighty sixth street and bridge south west over the weekend residents awoke saturday and sunday morning to find that the windshield of.
Kim Jong Un has agreed to shut down nuclear test site, South Korea says
"Support for planet money and the following message come from i shares because the best preparation for tomorrow is building for your future today i shares by black rock inspired to build from npr news in washington i'm barbara klein a caravan of a couple hundred central american migrants has arrived at the us border with mexico in san diego after a month long journey the caravan that president trump calls dangerous npr's carrie kahn is at the border fence in tijuana from people will cross and ask for political asylum it's very unclear how many will actually do that when i spoke to migrants when they were in southern mexico so many people told me that they were gonna do but since they've been here in the northern border after a month of traveling up here they've had time to think about it and they've had time to meet with volunteer us immigration lawyers who had telling him how complicated and difficult this island process is in the us npr's carrie kahn at the us mexico border she says most of the migrants are from honduras fleeing political violence south korea's presidential office says during friday summit with north korea's leader pyongyang promised to close its nuclear test site next month the bbc's laura bicker reports north korea also says it will invite foreign observers to witness the closure this is another significant unsympathetic step by kim jong he already announced he'd be closing the poon gatty test site but now he's told officials and south korea he's prepared to make it public mr kim also told south korea's president moon he hoped trust could be built with the us and reiterated there would be no need for him to have nuclear weapons if the formerly ended the war on the korean peninsula he said once washington speaks to him they'll know he's not an aggressor us national security adviser john bolton is reacting to kim suggestion that he'd indeed nuclearise with a formal pledge by the us.
Security Council team meets Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh
"Very different leader and that he's comfortable and willing to make these concessions as small as they may be in the larger scheme of things a un security council team metro hindu refugees and bangladesh also shaina wants to become a world football player why hasn't done very well in the sports so far historically journeys have excelled in very disciplined sports football is the opposite of that you have to be creative you have to do the unexpected the unknown that's here on weekend hello i'm race marie creek with the bbc news south korea says that north korea has promised to close its nuclear test site next month and invite foreign security experts and journalists to witness the closure south korea's presidential office says the north is agreed to adjust its time zone to match that of the south it's currently half an hour behind career correspondent laura bicker reports this is another significant and symbolic step by kim drinking he'd already announced he'd be closing the poon gatty test site but no he's told officials in south korea he's prepared to make it public mr kim also told south korea's president moon he hoped trust could be built with the us and reiterated there would be no need for him to have nuclear weapons if the formerly ended the war on the korean peninsula he said once washington speaks to him they'll know he's not an aggressor president trump has told a rally in michigan he expected the summit with mr kim to take place in the next three or four four weeks mr trump said he expected negotiations to be successful but warned he would walk away if they didn't work out envoys from the united nations security council visiting the ranger refugee camps in bangladesh today that traveling to cox's bazar hampton any seven hundred thousand muslim ranger he fled rakhine state myanmar eight months ago after a violent military crackdown that all comes as the united nations and aid groups warned that the coming monsoon season could worsen conditions in the camps from yama his neo bake the fact that they are there to is significant it means the world's leading powers have agreed in essence that the ranger crisis poses a threat to stability insecurity in the region and that's that's no because as we know the likes of russia and china often clash with the.