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"protection society" Discussed on Protrusive Dental Podcast

Protrusive Dental Podcast

08:01 min | 2 months ago

"protection society" Discussed on Protrusive Dental Podcast

"And and your listeners will be doing the same and we're doing is judging each other's minds and. Your mind how it relates with other people that if you have a good friendly, enjoyable positive, mutually positive relationship nurse patient feel that energy and they they like it in judgy positively because of it as well. Same. The reception stuff it's a whole team training I think is is a vital part of it. You know if you have. A delegates in trouble and not in trouble but just hang on finding difficult. We would always say relationship lightness Gotcha and it's really difficult. I don't want to be there in a bitter twist. You know it's very, very hard. That means you walk into the room every single day having to pour positive energy not just India patient staff around you as well. Very, very difficult to extremely draining extremely draining. Yeah. So the last question I had was I know we saw a picked off from where you're talking and some tangents to get where we are one question I saw missed out was. Can you just make emotional intelligence for anyone who hasn't quite got it yet extreme need tangible in the sense that let's say. Anticipated interests and we have unhappy patient someone who complains how might someone demonstrate or someone who has low emotional intelligence behave and what might they feel versus someone who has high Q. Can can you just explain maybe how that scenario maybe handled and why the role of emotion intelligence may actually have a bearing on the outcome or how is actually proceed and emotions? It is a really good question. Again, Johnson won the words quite expensive an explanation. So. So if you were to look like, Dental Protection Society. Say. This is how you handle complaints. If you have low I, you will just naturally look at that and think a four minute I just follow the recipe all after ABC it's a very linear process. If you have high one, you probably haven't had the complaint in the first place but to when it comes in or you feel it, you would have felt it coming on because even coming on so we have difficult patients the festival, you can spot them. If you have low, you can hire you Kinda -ticipant with coming from. because difficult people are often full of explanations, the wide to know that if. The Martini. A lot about those if you ask and you just have the ability to. UNPACK the mind and understand mind, and then empathize with their mind give their mind somewhere to land and make them a wanted. Even if they won't. Make them feel wanted certainly no, and if a happens, then you really do just reduce the risk of a complaint massively so In terms of a tangible example I am. It. Hospital and we have a patient as lock example who somebody who came in and checked in and the computer system tells us that the here and whatever reason it didn't work to this patient arrives and sees another patient arrive going before them in another one going before them in another one game before then and they go to reception desk after an hour. Of waiting very patient they and I've now finished my clinic and I got to go to a meeting and reception south says, we didn't tell up your appointment on time new reception stuff different one now says you didn't turn up your appointment on time. And? Go, and you'll be discharged. So the patient is now really weird angry I get winded. The patient And if we see the patient if you if you are able which even looking you Charles, you'll be naturally just able to do it. You gotta be up to put yourself in that person's shoes but no put shoes in sixty minutes waiting. So three patients put your shoes into how they athenee. And as a walk in the room act appropriately can textually to someone that he's he's feeling anger but has justified anger is probably feeling a little letdown probably be failing by handsome good sense needs to discuss with a consultant. And now be told they can't have it may be feeling betrayed by the system maybe they had a bad day yesterday as well. They might be Phoenix sad and they might be you know I'd if you could do all of that when they come in, you hit them. With you. And your competence and you look in the is out I. found out what happened to you. You know I'm just so sorry that happened to you. We can talk about that but once you've talked about that now or later. Everything I can to make it right. If you help you as much as cameras, he wants to me about. Immediately. The situation has improved. Now. We have delegates. You say, how did you know how to say that? Unless a because you know if you don't know if it's not given to you, you're going to practice. To say it back to me now. We will stay on, say say about to me now we play. and. Kobe caught not gonNA rope play as you all I'm your on. What The rest of you twenty you're watching on angry patient role played with me and they get really uncomfortable and then they do it and then it comes along and you know the. Feedback we get is from people who go through that process is the one that this change micro. You literally in your best on people venditti. program, and then they can handle those complaints better i. It does fantastic. It really really does. I love these a real life examples that we face. You know very similar circumstances day in Dan are also re appreciate that. So those are the main questions I wanted to cover today because obviously we can talk about this for days and days and days. So those are to keep those listening flavor those who may be unfamiliar with the now they know what it is and how they can improve the. fact, that is something that you can work on by a requires you to out your comfort zone. We touched on a few interesting things about your personality and Lark at the beginning which I quite enjoyed and actually one thing I was going to say to now should we have enough time and we've got a couple of minutes is have you heard the probably saying this name wrong in New Zealand Dunedin Dunedin. Dunedin Studies. I don't know. Oh. Okay I'm GonNa, send you something I'm going to send you an email. I'm GonNa, send you very special IMO. Give you some access some some exclusive content, but is a is, is like the study that you mentioned the ability you said it was in London where they follow people up from from birth to. Of Happiness Harvard happened a study vite. Harvard. Okay well from from what I've read and what I've seen. The Dunedin study is the world leader of all those types of, but as soon as a child is born in the hospital in Dunedin then they followed up every so months and they look at every facet of their development every part of what makes them who they are the relationship with their mother. They're the temperature when they're born various different things than they measure them in measurement to measure them, and then they see who turns up in into prison who becomes successful unquote who. Has a thriving relationships and I just I. Just one of my favorite studies and things to learn about is that and I think so of touch on that. So for those every to put some resources for people to Laconto to you, but I'm also opened up to everyone. US finds something and put on about the Harvard study that you set as well. Pledging to you to put up well, let me great quality of life and lifestyle based on personality summits around there's a difference. Linger. and lost points that he wanted to leave us with Richard. Just just in terms of. Getting back to what now is the time to rebuild? This is the best..

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"protection society" Discussed on On The Ledge

On The Ledge

09:54 min | 6 months ago

"protection society" Discussed on On The Ledge

"And welcome. Midweek Bohm. Bohm US welcome to made week. Bonus number four. Well I'm glad to say that. The thing the unnamed thing that I talked about in the last episode has come off and that means we'll be hearing a track from biscuit head and the biscuit badgers and it's an Ode to the CACTUS and succulent world. And I'm going to be talking to the man behind the song about his inspiration for it and I'm delighted to say that I have busted right through the two hundred patron mark which means that a facebook live is coming this very Wednesday at seven pm. Gmt that is three PM ADT. I will be on facebook sitting around waiting for somebody to ask me a question so if I don't have any questions I'll just go on as I always do. But we love it if you could join me to celebrate my two hundred patrons in all their relentless and we can also talk about whatever you want to chat about and my new patrons this week include. Heidi Emma and Miss Holly. He will became legends. And if you want to add yourself to this merry band than just had over to the show notes. Jane Perot Dot Com to find out how and don't forget that house plot. Our is on on twitter at nine o'clock on Tuesday GMT. And that's becoming ever more popular a chance to spread the house plant love. Just follow me Jane Perron and also at House plants our to join in Dean. Murray is lead singer of biscuit head and the biscuit badges a wonderfully eccentric British group who have created a song that cannot be surpassed. It's called B CSS which is short for as regular listeners will know the British cactus and succulent society. How pray tell you may ask. Can One write a song about the BCS as well? The has managed it. And it's absolutely gorgeous. I'm going to play the song in food at the end of this episode but first let's hear from Dean about his inspiration for the Choon. My Name's Dean I am into bomb cold biscuit heads in the biscuit just I am singer unequally player and I have written a song about Protection Society now. This isn't something you just come across the thing. That's a great thing for a song. Are you a member or an ex member? I have been a member of the National Society and I'm still a member of the league's Brunch Baba. I'd snap at the start time. Yeah he going to all the meetings but I liked it when I used to go. So Yeah and capable of CACTI brilliant and one of the things I love about. This is the way you recite all these Latin names speech as for me as somebody who loves Latin names is make baby. Ridiculously excited takes a certain kind of brain to be able to turn this stuff into a song accompanied. A must say by wonderful video. Which is absolutely amazing. I think he's going to give me a nightmare. Though that video the idea of you guys will turning it slowly turning into CACTI. was brilliant. Brilliant the terrifying. Well when he really in the city so take a life of it so that means for was not lost on me. I have to say having spent much of yesterday. Moving talk between different parts of my house and greenhouse I could I can. I can totally understand that injuries. Yeah a few a few brushes with a couple of things. I should have known better than to to brush past. Yeah that's just. The nature of the beast isn't it? I love is that you really doing capture late in the song the whole ethos and atmosphere of the society in all its eccentric. Brilliant nece about it. Just kind of people are interested so I really enjoy like I'm like I like things like you know people who are just interested in something and they just do it and they find that the people who are interested as well and they just sort of full mclovin society or wherever. They won't do it. It's nice because it just people who have very interested so people we've dumpster. Us or South America to desert dot you look at these. Cacti in their naturally by bringing a slide in for everyone to say about you it's nursing in is a your. I'm sure you have a loyal and passionate fan base all of your songs about CACTI and succulents so what are the kind of topics. Do you cover the songs. I imagine that you're not going to many traditional kind of I love her and she loves me kind of songs not really. It's funny people. Society should write what you look for something if you sell impersonal into into the songs but I do I do about what I know why I'm interested in. Why not. Why not the kind of things that people know we write songs about that was sung about Venus flytrap on the the new album? The caxtons looking at stuff. He's also lyrics without taking from the comedy responsibility newsletter from nineteen to allow. What happens real trouble? That's why we have some real trouble tracking down which issues from we talked to society. We wanted to try to personally written the lyrics from find out who was exactly so it was a bit difficult but Yeah so 'cause I was I was in the kind of response is around. Then I used to below the most pitcher plum with amazing on the. Yeah so it it. It's things I'm interested. Basically this like things in the natural world Although segments that I just just I mean he's me things I think funny. Oh funny ideas you know. I'm not just looking through the This list of song titles from your album thought Porridge. I'm liking the sound of when we will bakers and also British headpiece champion because one of the things that's Talking about had one of the things that you are on your website does say moustache powered two doors which is a reference to your use of brass instruments which I am also delighted by. I hate to pigeon holed music but it do you sort of put yourself in a particular genre difficult. Because I don't think it stunned jumped. Descriptions really scribe us very well so it's not that I want to be an agenda but I think saying specific genre people go. Oh it's going to sound a lot so I suppose it's like a kind of like a kind of psychedelic. Music whole a spouse. If it's so the closest thing I could say even dot no message really children genre what I love about it is. I think it's is kind of the sounds like a terrible cliche but it really is fun for all the family. I can imagine anybody of any age listening to this and watching the video and just totally falling for your eccentric and a delightful way style of doing things which is which certainly certainly captured me. And I'm going to have to go listen to Venus flytrap now because that sounds right up my street. We'll take thank you very much for joining me. I'm GONNA play For my listeners. The end of the episode. So I'm hoping that with loads of extra funds as a result you certainly want me over so thanks very much. Keep Keep what's GONNA be next. I'm just trying to think what other genres of house plants. You could have. He could maybe have a song about about arrowheads. Because that's why listen hear about Swiss cheese plugs. That's that's my top tape. She's patially fucking thing. Yeah Yeah there are a lot more than the people. Just don't have a whole album. That could be a whole album of this. But it's Israeli delight four and I'm so glad I found it and I think it's going to this. We're all having right now. It's lovely to have something wonderfully soothing original in your ears so I'm looking forward to hearing what my listeners make of it. Thank you very much. The no problem affects forgetting such. Thank you bye-bye. Well guess what you want to hear now is the sole so I am going to close the show with biscuit. Head and the biscuit badgers singing. Bcs check out the show notes for link to the video and the biscuit head and the biscuit badgers website. Way You can also hear the track Venus flytrap but for now I'll say goodbye and we'll speak again on Friday by if it grows its meats and the live a church find.

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"protection society" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

03:24 min | 10 months ago

"protection society" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"Learned that efforts to defend the English language from the predations of unlettered barbarians. Take their toll on even even the most indefatigable pedants the Apostrophe Protection Society threw in the towel after eighteen years of wearily. Reminding people of the difference between it's and it's and your and your and that there is never any cause for apostrophes in plural this latter. Transgression especially in a truly civilized society would be punishable by flogging with a knotted rope. He is Robin League on. Monday's edition of the briefing. I kind of share his sadness that the apostrophe is so badly misused and abused but I accept that language changes grammar changes. It's it's something organic. If people like the apostrophe they're not going to use the apostrophe. We learned to are barely containable excitement that the goat has a spokesperson spokesperson at which a line of explanation is probably in order for any listeners who've missed our previous manifold canings of this subject every year the in the Swedish port of ever they build an immense straw goat at Christmas and almost every year it gets down by some miscreant scofflaw or Ned I do well. He is the goats human representative. On Thursdays briefing. Lagoda is said God in twenty four seven and That has to be very effective and stops the most spontaneous attacks after part in out there drunk people success that he had to go on fire during the we learned any yahoo market there vinegar as bowl. SOMAC- whatever Balsamic even means the European Court of Justice decided that the vinegar makers of Modina province in Italy which had long laid exclusive claim to the adjective had been pushing look and that bulls stomach was not a word with particular geographic. Resonance this wall shaping as the setup for some joke about how the Italian farmers it was still at least well dressed vinegar dressing. You can see where it was going but it doesn't really stick but I'd already written it down. Thanks it's it's appreciated relearned. An exciting new initiative to reduce wastage and indeed washing up aboard aircraft and New Zealand is going to trial edible. Coffee Cups ups made by a local company. The receptacles proclaimed leak proof on made of even the La- flavored Biscotti. While this is obviously to be encouraged it does seem we. AH The airline. Industry has cracked edible crockery before they figured out drinkable coffee and we learned that. Australians associate one particular adjective with themselves more more than any other the Australian talks national survey asked respondents for three words to summarize their identity topping. The poll was honest. And this this must be true because self-evidently might people would not lie to you and with that flagrant Cherry picking of the facts to reinforce the prejudices of the commentator from monocle. Twenty four I'm Andrew. Thank you very much indeed under as and I lost check the Liggett is still upright and in one piece listening to Monocle House. Fear here with me Emma Nelson and Jonathan Fenby and the moment we go through the newspapers contract.

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"protection society" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

03:13 min | 10 months ago

"protection society" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"Learned that efforts to defend the English language from the predations of unlettered barbarians. Take their toll on even the most indefatigable pedants the Apostrophe Protection Society threw in the towel after eighteen years of wearily. Reminding people the difference between its and its and your and your four and that there is never any cause for apostrophes in plural. 's this latter transgression especially in a truly civilized society would be punishable by flogging flogging with a knotted rope his Robin Stig on Monday's edition of the briefing I kind of share his sadness that the apostrophe is so badly misused and abused but I accept that language changes grandma changes it. Something organic if people don't like August review they're not gonNA use the apostrophe. We learned to are barely containable excitement that the goat has a spokesperson at which a line of of explanation is probably in order for any listeners. Who've missed our previous manifold canings of this subject every year in the Swedish port of Yesler? They you build an immense straw goat at Christmas and almost every year it gets down by some miscreant scofflaw or Ned will. He is the EVOLA goats human representative on Thursdays briefing. Yeah I'M GONNA go is guarded. Twenty four seven and that has to be very very effective and stops the most spontaneous attacks after part I out drunk people to go on fire. Yea during the we learned that any yahoo may know market there vinegar as bull SOMAC- whatever Semak even means the European Court of Justice just decided that the vinegar makers of Modina province in Italy which had long laid exclusive claim to the adjective had been pushing their luck and that balsamic was not a would with particular geographic. Resonance this wall shaping as the setup. Four some joke about how the Italian farmers are still at least well dressed vinegar dressing dressing. You can see where it was going but it doesn't really stick but I'd already written down. Thanks it's appreciated. We learned an exciting getting new initiative to reduce wastage and indeed washing up aboard aircraft and New Zealand is going to trial. Edible Coffee Cups made by a local company the receptacles circles proclaimed leak. Proof are made even the La- flavored Biscotti. While this is obviously to be encouraged. It does seem weird that the airline industry has cracked edible crockery before they figured out drinkable coffee and we learned that. Australians associate one particular adjective with themselves more than any other these straight talks national survey asked respondents for three words to summarize their identity topping. The poll was honest. And this must be true. Because self-evidently Mike people would not lie to you and with that flagrant Cherry picking off the facts to reinforce the prejudices of the commentator for monocle twenty four. I'm Andrew Miller breath. You're.

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"protection society" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

04:24 min | 10 months ago

"protection society" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Learned that efforts to defend the English language from the predations Shirow unlettered barbarians take their toll on even the most indefatigable pedants the Apostrophe Protection Society threw in the towel after eighteen in years of wearily. Reminding people of the difference between its. And Its and your and your and there is never any cause for apostrophes in plural 's the latter transgression especially in a truly civilized society would be punishable by flogging with a knotted rope his robin loss dig on. Monday's edition of the briefing briefing. I kind of share his sadness that the apostrophe is so badly misused and abused but I accept that language thank which changes grandma changes. It's something organic. If people don't like the apostrophe they're not going to use the apostrophe we learned to are barely containable table excitement that the Evli goat has a spokesperson at which a line of explanation is probably in order for any listeners who've missed our previous. Vs Manifold canings of this subject every year in the Swedish port of yellow. They build an immense store goat at Christmas and almost every year it gets burnt down by some miscreant scofflaw or Ned. Well here is the EVOLA goats human representative on Thursdays briefing. Yeah I'M GONNA go is a big guarded. Twenty four seven and that has to be very effective and stops the most spontaneous attacks after third party night out the junk people success that he had to go on fire. During the we learned that any Yahoo May know market doc at the vinegar balsamic whatever Balsamic even means the European Court of Justice decided that the vinegar makers of Modina province in Italy which had long late exclusive claim to the objective had been pushing their luck and that bowl stomach was not a word with particular geographic. Resonance this wall shaping as has the setup for some joke about how the Italian farmers are still at least well dressed vinegar dressing. You can see where it was going but it doesn't really stick but I'd already written down. Thanks it's appreciated. relearned often exciting new initiative to reduce wastage and indeed washing up aboard aircraft. Opt in New Zealand is going to trial. Edible Coffee Cups made by a local company the receptacles proclaimed leak. Proof are made of even the La- flavored Biscotti. While this is obviously to be encouraged. It does seem weird that the airline industry has cracked edible crockery before they figured out drinkable coffee and we learned that. Australians associate one particular adjective with themselves more than any other the astray talks national survey asked respondents for three words to summarize their identity entity topping. The poll was honest. And this must be true because self-evidently might people would not lie to you and we that flagrant Cherry picking all of the facts to reinforce the prejudices of the commentator for Monaco Twenty Four. I'm Andrew You're listening to the briefing with me. Andrew Injury Mullahs and finally on the briefing. It is time as it usually is for Fernando Augusta per shakers global countdown a rigorous scrutiny of the current tastes in popular music of a particular geographical Africa cohort of our listeners. And which geographical cohort is today. Fernando we're going to Iceland and we're going to start to the very exotic entry I have to say good number five. He's seventy seventy two year old Icelandic comedian. His voice over logging in the country. This is largely with his Icelandic version. Four is no is falling is not corn and I think that was a seventy two year old icelandic voice of Aladdin. Exactly okay that's the one and by the way excuse me the Slander listeners from my terrible pronunciation of your language. I think they've got greater concern than that. If that's number five what's at number four tones. An eye dense monkey. Were here that every.

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"protection society" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:27 min | 10 months ago

"protection society" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Grammar I'm not a grammar **** but I I can't I can't like especially when I see a professionally painted sign a professional sign and it's got the apostrophe in the wrong place or or there's a misspelling in it I just want to run off and just correct it there is a guy in England who does this at night under cover of darkness he fixes grammatically incorrect signs on businesses really the really long Cisco long stick a roller and he takes out offensive apostrophes and things like that whole area and put them in with a black yeah it's it's it's hard it is horrible it is a bit disorienting if you're in your car and you're looking at a time like what I don't think that's not right to drive off the side of the road I will an organization called the apostrophe protection society is just give it up they they they've launched an eighteen year battle to rescue what they call the beleaguered punctuation mark from decades of misuse but their founder John it Richard it's a British group is said that there are two reasons why they are disbanding he said one is that I'm ninety six years old and cutting back on my commitments the second is that fewer organizations and individuals are now caring about the correct use of the apostrophe in the English language we and our many supporters worldwide have done our best but the ignorance and laziness present in modern times have one they found I was with him however Sunday founded an apostrophe protection society tried to just make people mildly wearer of grammar and what it did student work to nerds really started we bought them here by ten nerds on the mock them and we just wonder along in our ignorance think it yeah because they're sharks I mean it's one thing very leaders Vince why is that it's elitist because other nervous I X. nerds I agree with their core point but their enthusiasm is a little out of control they started a whole society with like he's he's started the group because he got tired of seeing the same mistakes over and over again and hope to find like a half dozen people who agree for the taking like tax exempt status of it again donations from people like how bout professional as the society they have now and keep locking on but I see it all the time how many different news sources do we read from and I'm convinced the journalistic standard now is running through spell check in if via and go with it I extra words and sentences sentences that I read that make no sense whatsoever because they're actually words they passed through spell check but the sentence makes zero sense whatsoever right and T. O. T. O. O. T. W. well yeah it's a crapshoot I know that I really don't she looked at me the look I just got from her was like all my gosh you didn't know I don't really do you not know me read these things and I I just I just saw I I got I I'm tired of saying this is this is grammatically incorrect because into quote unquote journalism in the United States does not to be right it just has to be fast so apostrophes in all capitals in and whether to put a was so there's an extra word in a sentence always I. T. apostrophe S. not I. T. S. even though it changes the entire meaning of the sentence who cares if the reader doesn't with me makes me crazy yeah I'm gonna take over the society for this guy your job is writing yeah you should take it over I should who cares I mean it doesn't exist anymore coming here big near are you are you know that you know what I you know I'm a Christmas present prices okay and can sing a Christmas present objectives SO we do we mock those who are you and he's right and he is much smarter than those for marking him great that's great he started entire society the apostrophe protection society and well I just went to a link that they had them before a link that shows misuses of of of of apostrophes from geographic markers to taxi signs which either met or improperly use the apostrophe yes like people who drop apostrophes anytime an **** and put goes to the end of a word there's like apostrophe yes we were we were we were we are getting close it was coffee and they had a little chalk board and they had an apostrophe S. for something so as I was standing in line I surreptitiously erase the apostrophe it didn't belong and it eats at my soul so I just like it's not that hard to understand that just erase the of what we call an Evelyn vandalism vandals I didn't make I've ever raced in improper purpose was for a good cause yes because otherwise the people there look stupid by the way this on fox last night Martha McCallum and Brian Kilmeade we're talking about this and they have an example here I guess the sign said no heavy trucks apostrophe S. take a lesson people today I'd let let's consider punctuation more concerned about and label if you show me another one for I don't know if this is what's wrong with America right now there's no answer no had no heavy rocks that's about something that's not there to make you sick yes in the beginning when he was in the south and when you have people start writing a letter from around the world now they stopped I know you said this is the kind of drives me insane when I see things like that I'm the article competition yeah more than I and I just got a text from our friend Anna who says I would join the apostrophe protection society by with Martha and may.

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"protection society" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

06:36 min | 10 months ago

"protection society" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Eighty two decades of small groups been battling to preserve linguistic Dick Purity in walnut very specific area now though the Apostrophe Protection Society is giving up saying the battles lost its founder says ignorance and laziness have one so. Is this a grammatical disaster. All the macho progress without the spoke to molecules executive editor. Josh Fats and the journalist Robin Lustick a former presenter of the BBC Sienese program the well tonight. I think he's right. I have every sympathy wherever I'm immensely. Admiring of his forty two to keep gang till the age of ninety six is really quite something. Look I kind of share his sadness that the apostrophe is so badly misused and abused but I accept that language changes gramma changes. It's something organic. If people don't like the apostrophe they're not we're going to use the APOSTROPHE and frankly it's nobody's business to tell them that they should. These rules are completely arbitrary. They were made up one hundred fifty two hundred two years ago by printers when they started setting type. There's no earthly reason why we should have to use a poster visit can away even though I confess. I am an absolute stickler the using your trophy correctly. I I was GONNA say Robin. I am amazed to hear you say that I ca. I can't imagine a script with a rogue apostrophe would've passed muster at broadcasting house and probably the only person in the world who uses semi colons on twitter. But I accept that that's my problem Luna other people's problem I Love Grammar. I love punctuation. I love getting it right. I accept that puts me in an absolutely tiny minority. And I I am not so arrogant as to insist that everybody else shares my Rather peculiar predilection for grammatical accuracy. I- Hi Josh offended. Robbing they're very pragmatic about the the changing of grammatical rules. But at the same time those rules and they kind of help us to understand found each other for all following. Broadly the same rules a writing things down. Well I think there's That was a mistake to conflate the use of the use of language in the meaning behind it. I think we'll get on on pretty well when some rules are broken about knowing each other means but I do agree with Robbins rather idiosyncratic take it is a sort of a mark of Grammarians impedance to insist that people use something that they don't want to use or there isn't helping but the English language is old richer for these changes. That have happened over time. There's one little anecdotal change which I love. which is that over? The course of two generations a series of words which were apron at an umpire changed from being nate shelman matter a numb pyre. Nobody today would would use any of the old words. They've become part of a new way of using language. What I will say however from the print insight from working on Monocle magazine is the I ready tell journalists to be clear and to make themselves you know easy to understand? I tell them to make themselves impossible to be misunderstood. And in this instance I think an apostrophe is very useful because it can change the meaning of a sentence it can change the meaning of a word. There's a famous thing to sub editors says I suppose used to say good grammar. Is The difference tweet knowing your Shit and knowing your shit well I was GonNa Ostrov in which Although the worst I mistakes your and yours wom I mean the one that sets my teeth images the shop signs who actually throw it in a positive way you don't need one that's true and As an old print journalist myself I always try to keep to the rule that the more you save the better therefore the fewer bits of punctuation. You can and get away with while of course retaining clarity The better I hate a green grocer's apostrophes I hate seeing tomatoes and potatoes with apostrophes the one that does upset me and it's not rational tool is it's people put apostrophes in the word it's ITBS where it doesn't go. And I know I know why they do it because they were tortured. A very impressionable age. The if you're using a possessive like Josh is rules or Paul's lunch punched then. You put an apostrophe in before this but if it's it's you don't put an apostrophe the point about these rules that don't make sense they're not logical and it seems a little little bit illogical to insist that people follow them. I mean in terms of where this started. USA Joshua Language always changes in spelling grammar. Rules always change through time. The acceleration perhaps is I. Maybe we trace it back to the start with mobile phones and the as Ms text messages before emojis. All of this when you only have one hundred sixty characters so brevity was the most important thing. People have ways to communicate for long before they did have ways to mass communicate. So I think actually the change isn't as pronounced wants to some people might say there's a there's an interesting theory that everyone Absorbs and thinks is important. The language that they learn to certain age so the gatekeepers have good grammar. Let's say the newspaper editors or the The heads of societies Telling us the importance of posture. Fay's a sort of stuck in a little bit of a time crime shift about when they were taught these roles and the kind of people that they aspired to at that time the way that technology has changed at means that you know these these kind of crusty old gatekeepers. The aren't necessarily the definitive voice. Now so I don't know that things have changed quicker than ever before I just think that perhaps we're exposed to more different examples reports of the use of language and while there is a correct way as says and I think we shouldn't be too hard and fast Josiah's absolutely right. I mean I think one the problems we face with this is that we are taught the rules of Bremmer punctuation at school at the same time as we are taught the rules of Arithmetic of science. We're taught that two and two is four and there is no other way about it and somehow we assume that the rules were taught about grammar punctuation of the same. But they're not not science is very interesting if you look at some of the earliest printed credited books there punctuation and their spelling is totally idiosyncratic because printers made it up as they went along either to make the woods fit on a line or because they thought something looked better breach experiment that you can perform if you look at a piece of writing that is totally misspelt with no punctuation at all you would certainly they would understand it these. These rules are not as helpful as we are brought up to believe they are rubbing leg and Josh Bennett on the possible. Death of the APOSTROPHE. And that's it for today. Thank you to produces page reynolds and Daniel.

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"protection society" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

07:04 min | 10 months ago

"protection society" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Now the Apostrophe Protection Society is giving up saying the battle has been lost according to its Founder Ignorance and laziness have won so easily say grammatical disaster whereas it just the march of progress in the studio with me as multiples executive editor Josh Venice on the line. The Germans Robin. Let's take form presented. The BBC news program the World Tonight Robin. The founder of the society is in part hot stepping down. Because he's ninety six which seems fair enough but he's also comes to the conclusion look to carry on. This battle is now pointless. I think he's right. I have recieved precipitously. Wherever I'm immensely admiring his fortitude to keep going till the age of ninety six is really quite something look I kind of share his sadness that the apostrophe is so badly misused and abused but I accept that language changes changes? Grandma changes it. Something organic if people don't like the apostrophe they're not gonNA use the apostrophe and frankly it's nobody's business to tell them that they should should. These rules are completely arbitrary. They were made up one hundred fifty two hundred years ago by printers when they started setting type of. There's no earthly reason why we have to use a poster vicinity particular way. Even though I confess I am an absolute stickler for using your trophy correctly. I I was GonNa say Robin I am. I'm amazed to hear you say that. I I can't imagine a script with a rogue apostrophe would have passed muster at Broadcasting House. I'm probably the only person in the world who I uses semi columns on twitter. But I accept that that's my problem. Not Other People's problem are I love grammar. I love punctuation. I love getting it right. I accept that puts me in an absolutely tiny minority and I am not so arrogant as to insist that everybody else shares jasmine rather peculiar predilection for grammatical accuracy. Josh you're robbing. They're very pragmatic about the changing of Grammatical rules but at the same time those rules and they kind of help us to understand each other for all following the same rules and we're writing things down when I think has That there's a mistake to conflate the use of the use of language in the meaning behind it I think we all get on pretty well when some rules are broken about knowing each other means inspired disagree with Robbins rather idiosyncratic. Take there. It is a sort of mark of Grammarians impedance to insist that people use something that they don't want to views or the isn't helping but the English language is all the richer for these changes. That have happened over time. There's one little anecdotal change which I love. which is that over? The course of two Generations a series of words which were apron at an umpire changed from being nate Peterman Natter Numb pyre and nobody today would would use any any of the old words. They've become part of new way of using language. What I will say however from the print side from work monocle magazine is the I ready tell journalists just to be clear and to make themselves you know easy to understand? I tell them to make themselves impossible to be misunderstood. And in this instance I think an apostrophe is very useful because it can change the meaning of a sentence it can change the meaning of a word. There's a famous thing sub editors. I suppose used to say which is good grammar is the difference between knowing your Shit Shit and knowing your shit. Well I was GonNa Ostrov in which all the other worst mistakes your in your is Walmart. I mean the one that sets my teeth edges which is the shop signs who actually thrown pasta where you don't need one that's true and as an old print journalist myself. I always try to keep to the rule that the more you save the better therefore the fewer bits of punctuation. You can get away with while of course retaining clarity The better I hate a grocer's apostrophes I hate seeing tomatoes and potatoes with apostrophes the one that does upset me and it's not rational a tool it's people put apostrophes in the word it's itbs where it doesn't go. And I know why they do it because they were tortured a very impressionable age. That if you're using using a possessive like Joshua's rules polls lunch the newport an apostrophe before the s but if it's it's you don't put apostrophe the point about these rules don't make sense they're not logical and It seems a little bit illogical insist the people follow them. I mean in terms of where this this started. Use Ain't language always changes in spelling grammar rules change through time the acceleration perhaps is i. Maybe we trace it back to the start with mobile boffins on the SMS text messages before Emojis. All of this when you only had one hundred sixty characters. So brevity was the most important thing. People didn't have ways to communicate okay long before they did have ways to mask communicate so I think actually the change isn't as pronounced as some people might say there's an interesting theory that everyone on Absorbs and thinks is important the language that they learn at a certain age so the gatekeepers of good grammar. Let's say the newspaper editors or the the The heads of societies Telling the importance of apostrophes a sort of stuck in a little bit of a time shift about when they taught these rules and the kind of people that they are spied at that time. The way that technology's changed it means that you know these these kind of crusty okay keepers. Aren't necessarily the definitive voice now. So I don't know that things have changed changed Quicker than ever before. I just think that perhaps we're exposed to more different examples of the use of language and while that there is a correct way as as Robin urban says and I think we shouldn't be too hard and fast I think Joe Joe she is absolutely right. I mean I think one of the problems we face with this is that we are taught the rules of Bremmer punctuation at school at the same time as we are taught rules of arithmetic and of science. We're taught that two and two is four and there is no other way about it and somehow we assume that the rules were talked about grammar. Punctuation are the same. But they're not they're not science is very interesting if you look at some of the earliest printed books there punctuation and their spelling is totally idiosyncratic. Radio Syncretic 'cause printers made up as they went along either to make the woods fit on a line or because they thought something looked better very interesting experiment that you can perform and if you look at a piece of writing the totally misspelt with no punctuation told you will almost certainly be able to understand it. These these rules are not as helpful will as we are brought up to believe they are Robin. Lusty Josh Van. Thank you both very much or perhaps if we have a surprise result in the general election in the UK in ten days time times headline movie. OMG Asia with a shocked face Emoji if the rules don't matter anymore maybe I just sound very old. That's it for today. The briefing was produced by Reese James much researched by -bility tea and Steph. Junior was our studio manager for me. Paul Osborne thanks for listening to aw.

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"protection society" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

06:58 min | 10 months ago

"protection society" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"His hopes I have been dashed period for the past eighteen years. John Richards has been the chairman of the Apostrophe Protection Society his job to urge people pull to use proper punctuation. It was a thankless job so thankless that Mr Richards who is ninety six has just announced that he's closing down the society. He says the battle against punctuation misuse has been lost reached. John Richards at home in Boston. In Lincolnshire England. John on doesn't seem to you that the forces of evil have one. I'm afraid jaw quite right. Yes I do feel that way. How is it how did they get this victory victory? You fought the good fight. How did they win? A mixture of ignorance and laziness. I think a lot of people don't care very much watch about being totally correct so they feel if You know if you want to post rate anywhere. They don't bother to to learn the right place wrong place. Why does it matter so much to you? Well because I like the English language is very expressive and postively plays a very important part of it. We actually spoke with you back in two thousand and one when you founded that society the and you were talking to another host the previous host Mary Lou Finlay and this was you speaking with us. Eighteen years years ago. He's being used in a random sort of way. People just put a pastor is where they think the older go running all over the place all about whether it should be the Where are they putting it usually pearls things like menus possibly s CD's this CD's that have with apostrophe? I saw ICED BUN now that funds cover nizing yes I see Apostrophe d be that was you eighteen years ago full of passion full of passionate about what you're going to do. Do you remember or that you remember how how how you felt about dealing with the with the protecting apostrophes back then. I'm afraid leaked the way it all. Now why do you think is leaked away. Well I think people have decided that the apostrophe is going to disappear appear and most people won't people that at all but do you think in eighteen years is actually got worse since you started this work. Oh yes I do. Yes and what have you done to try and fix that. You've you've written a lot of letters. How of how you tried to fix that? Come to my attention eh. I'll have a standard letter which I sent to them pointing out the mistake. What I think is a mistake and suggesting how it could be righted? It's a polite letter to end. Do they respond to you. Some of them do some of them also idea rude. What are the examples? What are the the most egregious examples you have of the abusive apostrophes well cafe opened near me? And he's putting the Coffees C. O. F. F. E. Apostrophe S. when they couldn't be an off so I went and had a word with the owner and he said well I think it expect with the pawsox affair so he's using the apostrophe as decoration. Yes we talked to. Can you tell me this. Why is it? There's one place where people put an apostrophe where it doesn't belong and that's when you're saying the possessive of it saying it's why isn't there an apostrophe there Well It'd be v Asian is a Bernauer like his or hers don't have postulated here's us because that's one big one for people right that they get wrong quite. What's the one that bothered you? The most what is there any particular use of or misuse of apostrophe that is always really stuck in your car apostrophe straightforward Pearl when they have a bill that A lot of Jones. Yeah there are several people calling John. They put the puffy possess straightforward Pearl. Most annoying what I think. Is that just drive you crazy. See when you see that well a little bit yes. We'll all getting a bit blase about it now. She's have many. I think I think the The Post on the way out but things come and go from the English language. It's constantly evolving. Lots of lots of ways. Serve of of using the language of spelling. Even the the possessive form itself as evolved. So maybe it's just part of the evolution listen I think you're right yes I think it's as pointers. It says it's going to be a trade in anything. I accept it if the alternative is Becka Liberal. I don't think it removing the pasta doesn't make anything better make things worse more difficult to understand how do you think anybody will step up and take over the apostrophe protection society as you step down. Well they can't take over because it's closed down now but what I have suggested simple people. What is that if they want to? They Start Society yesterday and today I must have received over one hundred emails from people saying how disappointing they were. I'm leaving and down. They say we will do our best to continue. But I. I'm concerned concerned at my age. I haven't got the energy to keep it going but I hope someone will. I understand. You're ninety six years old now. I guess not takes. And so you just deferral. It's just too much for you now. Is that what you're feeling. I think it's a bit. Yes all right John you're passing the mantle. Then are you probably yes all right. Well we'll see if any of our listeners will step up and take on the role right. Oh we we hope for the best good to talk to you again by I've by John. Richards is the founder of the Apostrophe Protection Society which she is now planning to close down after eighteen years. We reached him in Boston. Which is Knin in Lincolnshire? County England..

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"protection society" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

06:53 min | 10 months ago

"protection society" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

"Breeding system when it comes to animals and then get to people. I don't know it just. We have to start somewhere when it comes to this. Culture of cruelty is Travis. Put it which I thought was perfect because it's we just have to do a lot better I think. Oh absolutely. That's the whole point. A rescue dogs is to get people informed because when it comes to types of legislation I can say real quick. We discussed what types of legislation. You never -duced puppy mills and so and to let people know what kinds of legislation. Yeah what what does that look like like because you know it's one of those things where it's easy to say we have to legislate asleep. What would that be a piece of legislation? What's the verbiage of that? How would you even begin to To describe when needs to be changed. Sure it's easier than can you think. Of course it's wonderful. When you say pet stores cannot own or or making again any monetary benefit off of puppies that like that? It's the puppy mill industry hard right. I even a small piece of legislation for example in New York City. When they said you cannot buy puppies from a broker her has to come directly from a breeder which means there's there's a lot of puppy Miller's at the brokers come and pick up all their litters and then distribute them because they have no another way to transport the puppies to the pet store? I remember when that legislation was being proposed and I was visiting puppy mills in the Midwest and and in numerous puppy. Miller's were just bitching and complaining to me saying that's GONNA kill our business. We're and sure enough. The number of puppy mills started going. When got when you pass a law that says you can have all the dogs that you want but every single one of your dogs has to have access to the ground man born in Pennsylvania did the number of puppy mills just started just just drastically getting cut because you have five hundred dogs? What are you GONNA do? How are you going to keep that clean clean if they all have to have access? That's why you put them on cage wire right wow so little bits of legislation like that have a far greater effect. Then you can anticipate way interesting. Yeah I am all for You know I don't want to put people out of jobs. I don't WANNA put people out of work but in this case you can get an se account. There's so so many other ways to make money. That don't aren't dependent on. You know torturing torturing dogs so yeah I suppose for our cat lovers out there. Is it similar for cats. You don't really hear about cap mills. I I hate to you now. There's not as many kills. I have been to several and I can tell. Tell everybody if you're doubting anything I've said go to its. ATS good a caps Dash Web dot org. You'll look at the actual footage that myself and other investigators have gotten You'll see the kitten mills that visited hate to say. Yeah they're pretty bad You can go to humane society dot org inmates to say the United States they've been You know I I. I do a lot. UNDERCOVER WORK PET STORES FOR CAPS and humane society has gone to them. You will see footage for yourself verifying everything we're saying was the what you just. Lastly I guess yeah what are the good companies ASPCA. I know Pitas Kinda Horse Shit. What are some good? What are what are some good companies that I I it can go? You can give ten bucks a month or something like that trustworthy because it's the charity. Business is so complex and a lot of times it's very predatory So what's what's a company. What a few charities people can actually trust? I can tell you this. The companion Animal Protection Society Near my primary client when it comes to puppy mills I mean ninety. Nine percent of my pets were popular workers for them. There is no organization that exists. That has a bigger database of raw evidence of puppy mills. Then the companion animal protection society. They're a great way. That's caps that cats. Yeah I I also I mean I do love the United States They've done a lot of great undercover work. Portland pet stores and if it comes to dogs and cats your local rescue or I shelter. Just donate to them if you can if you can volunteer your time. That's that's in the later part of the book rescue dogs. We explain. Explain that all the ways to help dogs even if you can't adopt or foster one and and volunteering and donating is right up in there So you know because then you know where your money's going to make a huge difference awesome Pete Paxton check out his book rescue dogs. Thank you so much for being on the show man really appreciate having you here. That was super super informative. Thank you so much I have to tell you that my girlfriend has been texting me and she says she wants me to tell you that. She loves puffing Heller. Puffing says I love you to you got you guys have been great. It's been an honor. I really appreciate it all right. There was an interview with Pete. Paxton informative and not at all set. I mean Org. It's tragic I've had my dog stolen before I had a golden retriever named teddy who loved the country music channel and he would sit there and watch the country music channel very well trained and I think somebody in my neighborhood or some word got out about my amazing dog and somebody broke into our house and stole my dog and now season Penn state somewhere getting getting cut in half well. It's very beautiful of you to say. Yeah Luckily this was when I was ten. So I I have very little recollection of it but yeah I mean it is insane to think that this is going on at such a a widespread epidemic. Your your free. Little friends need help. In the fact that there is not a bigger outcry is incredible. And Sad and EH. There is hardly an outcry over what's happening on the border. In the still hardly an outcry what about what's going on me reminds me like if sex trafficking can can happen if human trafficking has happened. What what hope is there for animals you know if we can treat other humans the way we treat humans in the year two thousand nineteen if Epstein's Victims Dems can just be cast aside as what? What hope does a fucking Chihuahua? Half right other than the grit of the Trauma Warrior All right everyone will thank you so much for listening to this episode. I hope you enjoyed it It was informative very informative and I don't know just yell at Yale at all your government officials officials about the Patriot Act. Just go tweet at them. I don't even know what to do. Tweet or call them. Scream is green have insular just like go scream at DC be like stop stop killing. They're good at protesting in DC. Remember when we we drove in DC. And they were just protesting ops. Just lead the way we have real protests right. I guess you're just like a protest sponsored by Burger King Your Way and then they just like protest but have you possible. Bur have the impossible of already all right everyone. Thank you all so.

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"protection society" Discussed on All In The Mind

All In The Mind

04:49 min | 10 months ago

"protection society" Discussed on All In The Mind

"Their parents and to have a secure attachment relationship with your parent. It means that the child feels able to go and seek out the parent win. They're distressed when there's a challenge or a threat in the environment but equally in this is just as important feels feels free to go and explore. The environment wind is no threat around so we were trying to make this center a secure base for the children. The men paying very close attention to things like the educators were full time so that the child was allocated a primary educator so the child had that experience of there. Being the go-to person for them. This was not to replace the parents. But to supplement the parents a bit like aunties and grandmothers in well-resourced families kind of operate as an extra person for the child we had attention to transitions so very careful thinking about what would be the impact of transition at the end of the year. Is the child got older into a new room room. Or if an educator win for example maternity leave and a new educator was being introduced then we would think about managing that transition process the transitions to school. We thought very carefully about those processes as well but also in terms of behavioral management or the emotional dysregulation. The children might be exhibiting you you know. Part of the infant mental health assessment was to think about any disruptions to caregiving any time. Spent in foster care in out of home care family disruption in parental separation. So really thinking about the child's experience of the continuity of adults being available to support them and any disruptions options to that or any threat to their security so you saw a real benefit in children. What sorts of benefits did you see in the families? We do have data on the child relationship but we haven't analyzed that Yiddish that's quite expensive to analyze just because it's observational data. Oughta we did detect a reduction in parent distress but that was only the margins of statistical significance what the educators educators said was. They felt like it was really the the that parents started to benefit and that parents started to change and the parents started to become reflective. About how the stresses when they first arrived in the program really impacted on your parenting and so they had a Kinda more reflect food. Food stands by the end of the third year. And we'll be able to taste that in the data when we look at the three follow up so overall. What grower conclusions? Can you make from these intervention. About how much can be done to give children who experienced the extreme adversity the best chances in late alive. Well I think that in this program. We have demonstrated festival that it's possible to identify these children. It's possible to recruit recruit them to provide an environment with the families feel able to bring the children with the families. Feel welcome and that by giving the children a program like ours with that intensity that you can get significant shifts in emotion behavioral regulation and in Academic Pick achievement. So I think it's important that we continue the research and continue the evaluation each year and six months into prep because that was our main aim. mm-hmm well I guess the other thing is that this intervention delivered to the children. We weren't making the children. Wait until things change for. The parents and a lot of intervention in welface really directed the parents in the hope that that will drip down to the children whereas he we were providing something for the children here and now that was kind of theoretically rigorous evidence informed formed. And I think it showed that can make a difference so I feel encouraged by that and I would hope that does the community where able to invest in these kinds of approaches breached Jordan Jordan associate professor of social work at the Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne and bridget became a member of the order of Australia in two thousand nine hundred. The Early Years Education Program Research was an initiative of kids. I previously known as the Children's Protection Society a not for profit Family Services Agency in Melbourne. And you can catch up on Rondo. mackin story mentioned at the beginning of the program in a previous all in the mind episode sewed called Creating Sills to survive. If you've been distressed by anything disgusting. Today's program called Lifeline on thirteen in eleven fourteen. That's thirteen eleven fourteen and head to our website for further links to support. Thanks to the team. Produce Diane Dean and Sound Engineer. Somen Brent White I mean Malcolm Bye for now.

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"protection society" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"protection society" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Night those lenses just wide open to get any light they can in your house looks like a christmas tree when it isn't because of the lanes it the the the aperture settings of these little cheap cameras they open wide at night let as much light as possible and i looked at the guy said look at this book and yet look at how much i can see your house from the b2 six it doesn't look like that that you look at it from me look at what the camera shows the camera is not showing your reality let's go to the beach i have ways around this and i'm not going to third with don't make me say any more about this anyway folks greetings welcome back it's great hello how 'bout no i've never had a turtle eternal soup could elect no number had of never know numbered served everything twitter wise i know in new orleans it's a huge delicacy turtle soup an app and not at it i don't have anything against turtles and that's not backed i wanted to form the turtle protection society capital i actually did want an and the local paper a turner protections thirty and we wanted to find a way to cover the moon every night because the moon as bright white the moon can attract them if you're going to ban white banned the moon for crying out loud the moon can attract the porn any what what happens is the babies are born beneath the level of the sand in the in the best and then they they crawler way up to the servers in their supposed to make their way to the ocean where ninety nine percent get eaten and some of them don't go to the ocean some go inland and that's that's where the environmentalist nutcases you get do that you're destroying the popular should seek turtle you you you don't nothing to attracting inward well then covered the bone and turn off all the lights of west palm beach reflect off the clouds at night is atl attract them to what am i houses pitch black or not but it's more than that it's just it's just the idea that that some far removed government nerd and environmentalist wacko hint succeed the in telling people what they can do with her property eight months a year.

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"protection society" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"protection society" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Stupidest plan in or out of all the stupid plans you could come up with to get a peek at a woman this is like one of the one of just the stupidest almost the stupid as anthony wiener it's just that yeah like how the hell do you suppose you're going to get away with that unusually to you know a walmart is so spread out if you're in any given notice greg there'll be a lot of the there'll be a lot of people in walmart at at the same time but usually there's only maybe two of you in the same i l at the exact same time except maybe in the grocery than the grocery section it's different there's been ten people in the night but if you're anywhere in like the home goods so the toys or the the automotive section there's usually like one or two people tops in each one of those aisles in this bozo thinks he's gonna very discreetly just film up this woman skirt and she's not gonna notice any just the ridiculous anyway speaking of ridiculous reading here from the associated press a potbellied pig that's been on the loose for weeks in virginia neighborhood has finally been nabbed by the police the pig had become a familiar sight in henrique owes twin hickory subdivision as its scurried around the neighborhood police finally caught the pig on tuesday morning after it briefly held up traffic on a busy side stream lieutenant shawn sears of the henrico animal protection society said the pig is likely up pat that escaped if the pigs owner doesn't come forward to claim him police plan to place them with an animal rescue organization won't you come home arnold zoepel you know i hear very good things folks about potbellied pig the says pets does anybody have one out there no famously for the longest time it was george clooney the the actor always had a potbellied pig for i and they live long lives they live to be.

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"protection society" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"protection society" Discussed on WRVA

"Fair and balanced stay connected with 106 one fm talkin iheart radio station i'm steve self got some fog in seventy eight degrees traffic and weather together coming up or you just heard him talk about at the statue of the confederate soldier that stood out side the old durham courthouse it was there for ninety three years not anymore last night angry protest pulled into the ground i'm in a gathering last night to protest the violence in charlottesville last weekend now before the statue fell there were some speakers who were there in charlottesville still you the south but the car slamming joe i can still feeling impact my friends flying there now the group of about one hundred dispersed about nine o'clock last night durham county sheriff's department was there but kept their distance there were no arrests a final decision from the orange county board of education regarding their dress codes it's been going back and forth per month but last night they decided to ban the confederate flag swastika in many kkk related symbols are language in this student dress code in a posting on facebook the superintendent said in part the board of education went through a very thoughtful deliberate and foreign process to come to the policy decision that they made monday night a homicide investigation underway in harnett county after two people were found shot to death in a bullet riddled car deputies called the area of buffalo lake in twin bombs roads and sanford yesterday afternoon that's where they discovered a man and a woman dead in the front seat of the vehicle deputies say it appears both victims were in the car when they were shot the investigation there continues several animal shelters in the triangle are offering free adoptions in in order to find their animals forever homes they include the spca of white countywide county animal center and the durham county protection society among others the annual clear the shelters event taking place this saturday fees will be waived during the nationwide pet adoption drive and you stay connected with more news at seven thirty or any time at 106 wow fm talk dot com.

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"protection society" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"protection society" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"In from the me called monsters and near calls it's henry burks america now we're going to tell people gary in a moment who hillary burned is for just a was but i can tell you when i first heard the title when you publisher first set need an email in regard to the title i said to myself wiped monsters in me of course how did you come out with that title well the if it connects to the story of henry burn colon so well three million era after that or in new york city who became very interested in the plight of animal and i had been previously interested in animal welfare and ended up becoming the the president of an animal charity in new york called united action for animals if that's what tidy airs tonight came out here to become an executive at the main society of the united states very large an organization so why a new henry perkins for many years but his story really hadn't been called in the mainstream media and he was the first person to form an animal protection society an amazingly enough later in life is also became the first person to former children protection society the story was fascinating and and i read up in my head fortunately when i was living in new york i was nearly of yeah a and had a friend their gave me access to their archives so i got to be burke personal journal and quipping books outta artist accident in that man flies was really fascinating and i decided to write about him because nothing have been written.

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"protection society" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"protection society" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"In from the me called monsters and near calls it's henry burks america now we're going to tell people gary in a moment who hillary burned is for just a was but i can tell you when i first heard the title when you publisher first set knee in the e mail in hogar to the title i said to myself what monsters in me of course how do you come out with that title well the if it connects to this story of henry burnt with the wealthy million air it after that or in new york city who became very interested in the pipe animals and i had been previously interested in animal welfare and ended up becoming the the president of an animal charity in new york called united action for animals it back for five years and i came out here to become an executive at the main society of the united states very large organization tell why a new henry burke for many years but his story really hadn't been called in the mainstream media and he was the first person to form an animal protection society an amazingly enough later in life to also became the first person to former children protection society is story was fascinating and and i read up in my head fortunately when i was living in new york i was near the end of the day and had friend their gave me access to their archives so i got to the personal journal and quipping books on outta artifacts and then implied flew through a fascinating and i decided to write about him because nothing have been written about him in more than fifty aaron i'm so glad that you do because i knew nothing downtown a little embarrassed to say but i am very excited that you did right to bo because i found out a lot of information in in one of the things that i've counsell fascinating.

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"protection society" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"protection society" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"We have to none i don't know about that because i'm looking out one year master pieces or at least i think it to masterpiece well but let's still people what i have of your book in front of me called monsters and near goals it's henry burks america now we're going to tell people gary in a moment who can re burned is quite as he was but i can tell you when i first heard the title when you publisher first set need an e mail in regard to the title i said to myself wiped monsters in me of course how did you come out with that title well if it connects to this story of henry burn colon so well fee million era after the war in new york city who became very interested in the plight of animal and i had been previously interested in animal welfare and ended up becoming the the president of an animal charity in new york called united action for animals at bats for five years and i came out here to become an executive fema and society of the united states very large an organization so i knew henne perkins for many years but his story really hadn't been hauled in the mainstream media and he was the first person to form an animal protection society an amazingly enough later in life to also became the first person to former children protection society is story with that and and i read up in my head fortunately when i was living in new york i was nearly afp ca and had a friend their gave me access to their archives so i got to the person though journal quipping books batter artifacts and then in flies was really fascinating and i decided to write about him because nothing have been written about him in more than fifty aaron once oakland that you do it because i knew nothing out down a little embarrassed to say but i am very excited that you did right to bow because i found out a lot of information in in one of the things that i've counsell fascinating.

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