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"qian" Discussed on Code Story
"Adobe actually started showing early on some of those prototypes to our target customer not. I wouldn't say prospective customer this point but like the profile of people who we felt like would be using the product eventually and at the same time as we were going through that we started to build out prototype development environments Started to you know sort of saddle on what our overall architecture would look like. Once we got to the point where we felt like we had a set of prototypes that we wanted to build that we felt like we're right for the first set of user journeys we built a we built a proof of concept just of the architecture The stack we wanted to us. We were go back and we use a view front and we looked at react. We looked at view. We settle on view. We decided to go with with go. Instead of java of built out a basic hello world platform with all that scaffolding and then we started building our user stories in jira users stories that are are bite size for developers both on the front end the back end. I'm also a big believer having really good technical project management so that was another early higher for us Sort of a product donors to help us break those those high level user stories into two pieces that are digestible for developers. Then of course the work starts. And i would say you know from win. Our actual hands on keyboard with with the product to the mvp was probably about four months until we had something we can show to customer so it was like five months of prep work. Fron hiring design work and then four months of of hands on keyboard. We ended up throwing out a lot of the first acts that we build as we got feedback from early customers. It's like no matter what you think right. You're going to build something that people don't understand the first time a lot of our Early feedback was around. How do you onboard somebody to this platform How do you make that process released. Simple definitely spent a lot of time Sort of smoothing that over Sort of hitter going again and again and again with different perspective customers. And then i think we we ended up Going to like a full data in about a year after we started working and then four months after that we launched the product j. so it was about a year and a half from when we started to win we had a product that was in the market that we were selling. So so you got your mvp right. You're getting feedback your evolving your product. How did you go about that. Process of progressing your product and maturing it and in framing a little bit. How did you build your roadmap and decide okay. This is the next most important thing to build from a feedback standpoint really just going through an on boarding customers and then asking them questions. What did you like what did you. What do you think could be improved the u. x. Sort of doing that you x. research is definitely a skill in and of itself. I'm not the. I'm not the best. I've seen really great. Us researchers at at work. But you know. I've picked up enough along the way like when you're in a startup you don't have the luxury necessarily of hiring like a really skilled you researcher. So you gotta get by yourself and and you know. I like to put it in front of folks. Let them try to figure it out on their own a little bit we start to start to see patterns of like what what the failure modes are. Where where are they getting confused. What's drawing the i like. What's what's what's catching their attention for us. It was a couple of things we wanted to build. Something that was really accessible to developers could fit in with Sort of Existing sort of build cic de processes so from day one we started with a Sort of slow as code approach where everything in. The product is configured as gammel We we built a co cli tool really up really early on. We got feedback from customers. Like this is amazingly. This is absolutely like what i want. in terms of defining my solos. But it was really hard for them to get the cli set up and configured we would probably spend like a couple of days you know going back and forth like pace this key pace that qian museum. You haven't built auto scaffolding on that that gave us you know a really clear signal that we needed to spend time improving that process So we built Basically a lot of self service around getting the cli setup. Same thing for how we we get data to calculate us fellows We connect to data sources like prometheus data dog we use In some cases like an agent based approach to do that we can be run our agent alongside prometheus now getting that agents setup installed right that that needs to be something that's like pretty straightforward So you know the first. Mvp of the product we were sharing a Geez agent on. Google drive to where we are now right. We we knew we had to make that smoother. So now you go into the product you set up a new data source and it gives you basically all the configuration code for that agent. You know things like that right Are are pretty easy to figure out from a roadmap standpoint and then you start to hit a point where you're having enough customer conversations. You start hearing the same things over and over again about. Oh would be really cool. If i could do this or i wanted to be able to see the data this way that helps you kinda prioritize the roadmap So for us. It's early on. It's like a lotta best guesses of like. We think that this will be really cool to build as you get more feedback. It's you'd get clarity around. What is actually valuable for those customers so here you talking about cli and and making it accessible for developers did you build early on any specific key integrations or anything that would you know would be attractive to developers. Did you kenia in anything like that. I don't know like if there was like one specific integration You know the certainly like from a setup and configuration standpoint. You know our stuff works well with cloud native you can run it outside a cloud native environments. But you know if you wanna run. Our our agents in coober netease cluster. It's like copy paste. You know drop it in your your often running likewise for the cli right getting packaged up as a as a brew package. The syntax that we put in there was Sort of coober netease asks syntax As far as you know we we. Actually we call the command line. Utility slow slow kettle to slow kettle. Get slows you get ballistic. Your all your 'solas so those are pretty key And then in terms of like what you actually do with the with the solos. Like when when you get an alert that something's out of out of whack You know we. We knew early on. We needed to integrate with a downstream platforms developers. Use to get notification so that slack jira pager duty those are all first class but then as you go into larger enterprises things like service now other tools that are that are maybe more more prevalent in the enterprise. We'll let switch to team. So how did you go about building your team. And what did you look for in those people to indicate that they were winning horses to join you. We knew going in culture is so critical for any start up and and people have to. You know really believe in the vision of what you're trying to do and understand the goals and so for us number one about building. The team was transparency with the people that we targeted basically making it really clear to them. You.
NHL to Investigate Allegation That Evander Kane Bet on His Own Games
"Elliott considering the nhl's involved with numerous sports betting partnerships and have partnered with numerous sports books any indication of games being either thrown or players. Betting on their own games are taken seriously by the league and vander canes wife on instagram saying quote. Can someone asked gary bettman how they let a player gamble on his own games bet and win with bookies on his own games The nhl reacted swiftly and indicated. They will conduct a full investigation. To which elliott friedman says. What i'm sensitive to this whole evanger keene situation and a lot of people i talked to are the team that you know everybody's caught up in the allegations and what's been posted on social media but i think there are also people involved here who are sensitive to the fact that no it looks like he's headed to a divorce and you know i'm sensitive divorce personally jeff. Because in my family there have been a few of them and my friends have been through a few of them. And i see the bite it takes out of everyone involved and you know there's a young child here to a young daughter so i think people are really sensitive to that that the qian's are going through a very difficult difficult situation and if you can avoid it you don't wanna make it worse. You want to try to find a way to make that as easy as possible on everyone involved including the child so some of the people i've spoken to are like that's the big thing. We really should be worried about here. And i wanted to say that. Cain released a statement on his social media accounts on sunday morning. Denying the gambling
What Is the Patriots' Plan at Tight End?
"Second question i had foil is regarded. These tight ends that they drafted in the third round as a fan of them. Going after two tight ends. Because i just. I was hoping that it was going to go back to the kind of offense like nam doesn't gronk were your and it. Obviously that isn't happening but it's almost it's almost like a redshirt of the two of them. This year. I think they have one. Catch combines the between the two of them was going into the season with them. So limited on getting offensive snaps. Was that planned or was it more based on their health or was it more based on that this belgian just wasn't seeing what he thought he was gonna see leading up to the draft. Stop yeah i well i think number one you earn and sort of what you see on the practice field. You know ossie was okay to start camp I would see either of them. Blue anybody away. And i know there have been some injury issues but i don't really think that's been much of a factor i mean you know you look at back in two thousand and ten when they had gronkowski and hernandez people kind of forget that hernandez was the one who hit i him he was he was a decent part of the offense from the gecko that year. We're gronk was really more a blocking tight. End do a little bit. By the end of the season he was catching touchdown passes and becoming more of a force and so guys have their own path. And it's all brian what they show how they get the offense how they execute stuff like that from people that i've talked to around the team. It just with devon. Aw siasi good for about two weeks and then tom for every nfl rookie. There comes a point in time when they realized the. Nfl is hard that these guys are good. That the coaches are tough that being a pro and having to wake up every day and do a day after day and sore body and all this stuff like it sets in like it's a profession and some guys look at it like You know. I'm not having a whole lot of fun anymore. This was like when you know when. I went to rutgers and i was playing on the baseball team. You know my second. I could come back from his hand surgery. I had but i really wasn't having that much fun anymore in kind of wanted to be more of a college kid so alice sort of left the game but these guys they realize it's it's a profession in some of them rise. Some of them love it some of them rise in say okay. I like this i can. I can meet the challenge and push through and some guy sort of shrink in from people i've talked to. That's been siasi. Here has not been a lot of mental toughness behind the scenes. I think you can see some of it in his play on the field in terms of just as body language when he's on the field donkey i think he has more of a chance. I think the consensus. And i know. Albert brewers working on something about ballot. Check in his drafting. And i think he's gonna talk about these titans because we've been chit chat and back and forth The past couple of days but about how like everybody says like dalton kimes overdrafted Qian's been almost like a big puppy where he's kind of all over the place and you think he wants to be there. I think he loves football. So i don't really worry about him. It's when he's going to get it. And i think once he gets it and he gets his role and they create more of like a crash jensen type of role for him. I think he's gonna flourish. And i think he's going to be a weapon for this team. Aussie i don't know what kind of future i don't know if he has any future here to tell you the truth and i think the patriots Fell into a trap. And i don't know if this was by design or just bella check being bell check. But what tom we're not idiots they certainly are idiots. We all knew the deal at receiver in tight end and so for belgium to come out of this draft trade out of the first round. Give up like a kenneth murray or whatever you wanted to do there and then take three defensive guys would your first three picks like when there were tight ends. Probably that you had rated higher there that you just passed on and all of a sudden you're scrambling it looked like to get off siasi and dalton keen like. That's problematic and to me. It illustrates sort of the personnel problems that they've had last four five
"qian" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
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"qian" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Own. Forgive me Mr Bennett for using your offices meeting place, but it's centrally located and completely. All right Mr Vance practical right now please everybody may I have a little quiet? Thank. You all. Mr Stevens May I ask you one question. I've got two appointments for photographs in my studio waiting for me I want to get out of here. I may not keep you long I. Know a photographer with your reputation must be busy. Mr Stevens. Was Sugar Keen blackmailing you. Well while she. Yes. Thank you for being so very truthful. Actually I imagined that was true. I found some letters you had written to her and her bank account was larger than it should have been according to the money she earned from Mr. Bennet to whom I am indebted that information your thing because you know that you can prove killer what you can, and I'm not sitting here waiting for you to try I'm getting out. Anyway advanced. Get back to you eat now. So go ahead and sit down, sit down please sit down Mr Stevens I know you're not a murderer, but I won't keep anyone in suspense any longer. We're a little late in getting started because I was waiting for telephone call from my secretary mysterious. I had to find a motive for my murderer. I know it now. Mr Bennett. Would you prefer to confess what? Me Confess shall I prove how I know you kill? I killed her. Vance's something the matter with you but you hear that everybody thinks I killed her now why should I kill her I needed her in my business. I liked this she was my friend everybody tells Vance, sugar was my friend doubt that you to a friendly Mr Bennett but you killed her just the same you're entrusted with an inheritance which he was to get when she was twenty three next year. So you don't know what you're saying, yes I do my secretary out that information from the attorney who represented sugar canes data up until his death but was the phone message I got. My guess is you dissipated the money that was rightfully Miss Qian's and that you couldn't face the accounting you you'd have to have with her short that still doesn't prove I killed or does it everybody? Does that prove kilter? Nobody knows it doesn't get any better than I. But, I can prove you did kill her. I said that before didn't I? You see I know something the one little.
When the dinosaurs died, how did other animals survive?
"So. Qian. Yes. One the dinosaurs went kaput. Why do you think other animals did not capuchin? I think some of them. They just were able to survive like something could live underground in some survived. But the thing is like apparently birds survived do you think birches Kinda made it out by chance I? Think the birds can just go really far. They can go high up and they can go far away from the blast. Dinosaurs they go like. Doing Weird things that cannot explain to like words. Our and they can't. They can't go up they just to stay on ground and they don't really have any word wrong because it's like. Just imagine your dentist or close. Your. Eyes. And you just like. He see this big fiery explosion see trying to run away but the explosion, the dust. This puts too fast and you just. Being engulfed in China run but you can't you just you can't run but the birds are just up in the sky of an party. Beset. Really it to the birds just. Fly Away. From their troubles. Then when the asteroid hits dinosaurs are just stuck on the ground parish. This is the question that scientists have been trying to answer. In fact when I was first in college that was the question that got me interested in being a paleontologist, how do we explain what survives and what doesn't after this event? This is Julia Clarke. She's a paleontologist at the University of Texas at Austin. She studies the evolution of birds in how they're related to the dinosaur relatives that survived the asteroid. Strike? So. Can you tell me a little bit what the asteroids strike was like? I guess. It's exceptionally difficult for us to imagine some people have. Likened it to hundreds. Of nuclear warheads. Detonated at one time. You're GonNa have things like wildfires and soon, armies and kind of nearby the crater. And at a distance, you'll have a jacked up raining down. These are a little tiny pieces of liquidified rock that are spewed up into the atmosphere at some scale and come down. And even as far away as Europe. It's probably the closest thing we've had to a total apocalypse event, right? In the last sixty, six, million years. This is about the most devastating near instantaneous event that has impacted the globe. was the big shoes Nami waves, the massive wildfires, and then raining fire how could anything survive moose dinosaurs go extinct but one group of dinosaurs survives. So what we call like flying dinosaurs are birds, but it's only one group of those birds that makes it the boundary and those. Bird dinosaurs are relatives of lineages we have today. So my brother keen he thinks that the reason why birds survived was just because since they had wings, they could just soar through the air and just get the heck out of there. Is He right? You know your brother is maybe partially right that it's only flyers that survived, but it's only certain flyers. It's confusing. Why did some of these species go? Completely away, and then some of them persist some of the hypotheses we have is that it's related to how fast living birds grow. So living birds go from being little babies to being adults really rapidly. So because natural selection acts from one generation to the next, if you can reach adult size faster, you can start reproducing and giving rise to the next generation. Natural selection otherwise known as survival of the video. Is when animals that have hopeful traits are more likely to survive. So, they're more likely to reproduce. So they can pass these helpful traits onto their children. So by having a shorter lifespan, species can evolve quicker because they make small changes every time every new version, they make new versions faster evolving things like bigger wings or better breathing harder conditions or a better metabolism raft eat less it makes sense. It's a huge keates arrived the apocalypse but of course, there are other theories to. Other hypotheses have emphasized that dinosaurs that were nesting on the ground did not survive as well right as if you could lay eggs elsewhere. We also know living birds have higher metabolic rates that means they eat more food and they're more warm blooded like us.
Dan Robinson, Research Partner at Paradigm.Xyz, on Starting at an Investment Fund
"Our research partner. Paradigm Fund. Tesla Blue, paradigm and and what it means to be received partner at a fun. Yes. So I was lucky because I was close friends with math long who was one of the CO founders of paradigm since childhood and Qian. Fred. Essentially design this role for with with with me and mine and served with my health I'm trying to figure out what would be most effective for me to do and when I most enjoy doing. So I really get a kick out of that although it may not be for everyone. So a lot of what I do is. Normal parts of the investment. Team function and that includes Projects that are starting to be successful diligence potential new investments valuing with the rest of the investment to make decisions. Another big part of the job is helping portfolio companies and there I think one thing, one way paradigm maybe different from other funds as we get pretty hands on helping out with things like mechanism design. And zones technical. Issues with with early out. So I was out there on the UNICEF did your white paper. Just I just recently published White Paper with another portfolio company yield on new am that they're using. And just generally helping folio and then the third area is this kind of independent research and that's where I think. As really appreciated, having having a place where they would welcome me doing that and that's publishing publish. Sort of you can call them favors by really sort of a sketches of ideas for things that people could build and so I came up with one of them called Rainbow about a year ago and then another. Just, under a year ago called yields which. Eventually turned into a project that we're incubating. That's implementing these these y tokens, and so that was a case where I think we weren't sure exactly how publishing these papers would help the firm but we thought you know one of the one possible outcome would be that we end up incubating a company based on what happens here. I find that very interesting in in did see that progression happened over the last year. It looked like you you put out the White Paper a few people. Read it someone came in. Thank you said suggested improvements even. That led to. Basically handing the project them, SACRA. That's right. So so Allen, who's the CEO of yield now? Came to me and I think he he fixed one of the core problems in the protocol which was settlement and he had he figured out a way to settle it essentially directly to die or directly to make faults as opposed to. Acetylene using using an auction or oracle or something that was one of the big missing pieces, and the other was just we wanted somebody who could really own it as a as a founder CEO. And we think Allen's that person another former lawyer. For some reason. Yeah I. Think I get along with them for that reason? Okay makes sense. Yeah. I. I think it's just the power of putting your ideas out there and actually seeing it a comeback improved in better and. Without providing. Opportunities for Reunion in the fund makes sense. Yeah. It's it's extremely rewarding although. Sometimes. When so there's there's another project at least one other project implementing the protocol. and. Sometimes I think like this. Why do I do I do this to myself but honestly, none of this would have happened without publishing the paper. I'm sorry I can't actually regret it that much.
"qian" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Police You Dan Menace, Qian says. Federal agencies have been called in to investigate the shooting of day Jacob Blake, the black man shot and severely wounded by officers over the weekend. Decisions in that case will be made based upon evidence collected. By an outside agency presented to somebody else to make that decision. Social Police Department will not promote make a ruling one We're in for the other in that another night of violent protests in response to the shooting left three people shot two were killed. 17 year old Kyle Riton house who was white and from Illinois, has been taken into custody on suspicion of first degree intentional homicide. For about 90 minutes away from the start of night, three of the Republican National Convention. Second Lady Karen Pencil, be speaking tonight. She was on Fox and friends this morning, talking about some of the things she will touch. I've worked a lot with military spouses. Tio helped them with employment, and I've also done a lot of work with veterans on preventing suicide. So it'll be an exciting night to highlight the heroes in this great country, Vice President Mike Pence's said to accept the renomination and deliver me from Fort McHenry in Baltimore. America is Listening to Fox News. Hiring could be challenging. But ZIP recruiter makes it fast and easy way talk to CEO Dylan Miska Wits who needed to hire a director of coffee for his company, Cafe Altera. We would look through lots of applications for people who were not qualified. It definitely felt like we were looking for.
"qian" Discussed on Curso de Cardiologia do programa de Residência médica do Hospital Rio Doce Linhares -Espírito Santo
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"qian" Discussed on KQED Radio
"On each of us is a win for all of us. Edward Russell, a professor of advertising at Syracuse University, says stays like this can work. Seatbelts don't drink and drive Smokey the bear for forest fires to take a bite out of crime. He says those campaigns changed public perception of certain issues. But masks aren't forest fires, which everyone agrees are bad. The battle over masks has become personal. So Russell says, the messaging has to be personal. The message has to be fast and simple. There has to be something in it for me, he says. Fax Khun B, convincing, showing how the virus spreads from one person to the next. And how masks could help prevent that. That's the focus of Uber's new TV commercial thie ad shows a Siri's of people's masked faces with text underneath, saying When you wear a mask you protect Qian Jin protects Chelsea. Chelsea protects Rafael the final line. No mask, no ride. Jim Nail is a marketing analyst at Forrester. Certainly, brands do see an opportunity. To strengthen that bond between them and their customers in between them and their workers, who in the end, have to enforce the rules and take the heat from customers who don't want to follow them. I'm Kristen Trump for marketplace. Wall Street's on this Monday in the land that time forgot everything was fine, good, even actually until California put on the economic breaks. I'll have the details when we do the numbers. I don't know if you saw it with The New York Times got its hands on some CDC data a couple of weeks ago that showed among a.
"qian" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Yeah I would rather see them destroy. Almost three hundred thousand dollar vehicle, it'd be nice to get some money forward, or whatever is they've got a contract federal government. That's the thing, so they basically have to send it back, so they're renting it more well. What happened was. Know. You're correct we do. We don't actually own it, so they could take it and use it anytime. They want the deal. The deal was they get the two hundred and eighty thousand dollar bearcat for free. They can use. They didn't even pay for it, but we have to count. It every year right so the the local cops have to house and maintain the bearcat so that way local cops can use it as they wish. But if the DA comes in if ice comes in if any of these other federal agencies come in, and they're like we're gonNA. Use A bearcat for the day get. Did it get used during the bus bombing I believe they took. They Roll Qian's down to Houston it. It gets used Massachusetts all the time. Yeah, they're always driving down there for whatever for whatever crisis? PERSON SO I don't want to I, mean nobody and I actually ran into it not physically, but we saw it down at the gas pumps across from store real. We were at the gas pumps in the bearcat pulled in. It's obnoxious, peaceful keenum. She got the stupid tank driving down the streets. It's like what the Hell is wrong with you guys. They were just. This is unnecessary, and you have the city council on video gleefully whispering cricketing a tank, it's absurd. became the mayor last mayor. Eight five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three. That's eight, five, five, four, fifty, free as in free talk live. Remember when you first heard about it coyne. How long did it take you to realize this little project would soon change the world? The you kind of wish you had gotten involved sooner. Well. Now's your chance to be part of the next revolution in money. inter-korean is working to finally make crypto go mainstream. It's designed to be scalable enough to support every day payments, and even elections without the state. Bitcoin was originally supposed to be a peer to peer cash system the way we would all pay one another without having to trust any third party, but instead over time it mostly became a store of value. That's because every ten minutes. The bitcoin network must put all transactions into a.
"qian" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Alter ourselves that's really interesting and it raises another question. That definitely comes up in the book Which is that. Even when we're talking about traits that are to some large extent heritable. What are some of the reasons that can create misunderstandings for us to talk about there? Being quote a gene for certain trait. Yeah we really have come to look at genes as being all powerful and and that is a real mistake and it's but it's hard to really Get your head. Around the paradox of her heredity in this regard And one of the examples. I like to talk about his height. You know high teams like it's simple like it's just just a number that you get off tape measure like how could they beat understand but you know in in fact You know heredity. Is this very weird? Mix of Qian's in the environment You know gene so height is is very what scientists. They are very heritable. Meaning that if you look at the variation among people in particular population. Why are they tall? Why they short You can explain a lot of that. Because of the genes they inherited from their parents so tall parents tend to have tall children. Short parents tend to have short children. It's so that means it's very heritable but that does not mean that you know height is somehow Locked in and fixed that it does not mean that you can actually you know finally predict The you know how tall kid will be just based on their genes In fact we didn't even know about any of these genes until the past decade or so And now scientists are discovering literally thousands of genes that influence height each one in a tiny little bit. You Know I. I got my genome sequencing discovered that I had very interesting to find that one particular gene was the first team that was linked to hike in populations and I'm about an eighth of an inch taller than it would be otherwise because of this variant that I have. So you know it's it's almost invisible But you know the genetic influence just as the sum of all of these different variants And yet on top of all that You know you can have all the tall gene you want. But if you're not getting a good diet when you're a kid and if you're facing dysentery on a regular basis you're just not going to grow that tall because your body is going to be basically channeling all those resources to fighting disease and to fight off the defend against starvation and on top of that even more amazing to me is that in the whole world is actually gotten several inches taller over the past century because life overall is better. You know there's more people have a better nutrition better medicine Education probably plays a role in this And so it's not that people inherited you know quote unquote tall jeans. It's that they inherited world that favors greater height. So I've got one last question that might be kind of weird but we'll see what you think of it. I I often hear hear people talking about The relationship with their own genome With their own genes in in two basic ways. One is self identification. You know like my jeans are why I am like accent so there. There's a sort of identify with my jeans mentality and then there's a kind of intact mystic kind of thing. People think about their genes like the the genes are this other disembodied force that made them and it's almost like another person that they have to negotiate with in some way. To what extent do you given all the research you've done after having written this book when to what do you feel? You are your jeans or that your genes are this separate other force from you as a person..
Top 10 Things If Your Kids are Under 10
"GONNA do the next couple of podcasts. We're going to kind of Do a little top ten And so so kind of walk us through. What's his first one this first podcast? We're going to do what we can talk about. So Do's and don'ts for parents ages one to ten or thankful to some of our listeners. Out there that have really been plugging in things that they wanna hear about a little bit more focus on Dad's a little bit more focused on legacy and data and so we're going to hit you. swear smack in the forehead on a couple of these and probably in the meantime hit ourselves with them as well so number one is. Don't be quick to reprimand or punish a child from minor. Grievances do have patients intolerance forgive as God has forgiven us. Show that love and model it. Okay so one so a number one. We're talking about this don't be. Don't be quick to reprimand or punish a child from minor grievances. Now we're not talking about just giving your child free licensed to do whatever they want right. That's not what we're saying here. No yeah definitely. Want to be hands on parenting. You know as we've talked about before in previous podcasts. Not like helicopter not micromanaging. But you know it's gotta be acquainted to the Child's development you give a really good roadmap to that Lance On our page and The the roadmap for ages kids throughout all the way up to adulthood so follow that. But what we're saying here. Is You know as they have development stages of development on obviously the older they get the proverbial Lease gets looser. But you gotTA protect a child. That's warriors of old not walking out on the street and get hit by a car because mom and Dad said sure. Do whatever you WANNA do. You have to use a sermon and some wisdom in the process of what? We're talking locker odd speaking for you Dante but for me. I know this was A lot of times not flying off the handle In in the moment when maybe the child did something or there is I heard. Hey something happened at school or whatever like that. It was like okay. Let's give the child the benefit of the doubt. Let's let's hear their side of the story and and just yet again that slow to speak slow to anger Bef- before understanding really. What's going on and I know there's been times in my life where I was. I was ready to explode on a child and then it turns out you know what the child did was actually admirable or they were in the right. They were just defending a friend or defending their what they believed in. And then it's like okay. Hey that that makes sense to me I you know. Maybe I'm really glad I didn't. I listened I and didn't let my mouth you know or or You know fly off the handle or something like that so I can definitely see how this would be applicable in that. So let me. I'll jump in our hit number two here Dante. So Number two don't don't show limited emotion In by that we mean don't don't hold back affection or don't You know base our affection or that emotion based based on on a child's Efforts or or something that we may approve of Or a child's behavior support so going back to number one if the child is misbehaving or something like that that doesn't mean we withhold love and affection from our child is way of punishment so we forbid if God was with us like that and it was conditional love because God every every day. Okay not that you woke up and now I'm just GonNa you know that was the case. So this what we're talking. We're really this again. We talked about this. We hammered on this with marriage to But this is that unconditional. Love is saying that even though if the child disappoints us or or or their grades are down or whatever. It doesn't mean we stop showing them love and affection. We make that very clear you know and I I made A. I made it clear with my kids when we were disciplined him. The say listen I love you? You know I but but I have to discipline you. There's consequences for what you did But I do love you and then has nothing to do with. It doesn't change my love for you by having to do discipline you or ground you or whatever may be But I think that's what it is just letting the child know. Our love is in contingent upon their behavior. Their grades or some sort of effort based a metric does that does that make sense. Don't yeah yeah that's right. I mean you don't want your kids to grow up checking boxes because you know all of a sudden when they're eighteen nineteen and they do that. I mean one. You're going to impact the relationships they have and to. You know they're gonNA probably reject that way of living because they're gonna find you know especially if we're modeling them to biblical application that that that form of love or that conditional love does not jive or lineup scripture. So likely they would probably reject that way of life. You know another thing is something. My wife sees a lot with her Doing doing behavioral health and Counseling. With kids is kids will learn that. Okay if I'm acting up or they learned to get attention and if you're only giving them attention when they do something wrong or or you're overreacting. When they're doing something wrong. Kids learn that and it almost reinforces were Bad behavior were kids will then start saying well at least. I'm getting some reaction from dad when I do something wrong. So it can sometimes have the opposite effect where if were withholding love and affection It pushes a kid to another extreme of doing anything to get our attention or our lover approval And so can have detrimental consequences in that got daughters and wetlands. I want that to be like a loud gong in your ears. And just let it just permeate through your brain to like you have almost brain damage because the idea is like if if that's the way that you're going to be with your daughter Newsflash she's GonNa find that acceptance anywhere she can get it as Lynn likelihood be in relationships that she has no business being in. But because you know we're prideful were angry or we are. I am man. Hear Me Warren. We we show a different kind of love than what God calls us to. Do you know they're going to be doing these things? He's very things that we're trying to protect them from. And you need like raise your hand and say Lord that one's me because I did make my love with my child. Unconditional as as daddy issues as daddy issues. Everybody everybody knows somebody. That's got daddy issues so guys don't fall into that trap. Yeah absolutely what? What have we got next number three? Don't threaten a child if you have rules in your house you know whether it be safety or based on you know what our house rules for. The child be consistent with them based on fact not on emotion so in the case of one to ten year old. If you're telling them not to play with electricity unplugging the TV or they're doing something dangerous not only. Can they shock or electrocute themselves? But you tell them that they're gonNA LOSE TV OR THEY'RE GONNA lose the media or the IPAD as a result of that be consistent with that. Don't all of a sudden Rian reinvent the rules that you set forth in your house and I'm just using that as an example so I got a good example? You know So me you know not being the British child. I learned that the hard way. Because do you know you know at one? Ten light socket looks exactly like the place. We put your car Qian. If you WANNA drive a car so six year old lance decided. I'M GONNA put a key in the light socket and see what happens and Let me let me just say that was shocking day for me. So did you ever make that mistake again? They'll know strangely I learned in. I've never thought about that again. And right there what. Lancia said GUYS. I want you to hear this too and gals that are listening. You know sometimes like yeah were horrified or we don't want the child to have any more danger pain or hurt but instead of coming down on even more sometimes you have to assess you know if you're not sure the wisdom of the discernment the Situation Prey on it. Talk to your spouse before you put potentially overreact. And sometimes the mistake in itself is enough. You know quences. Yeah exactly I remember like one of our little kids you know was at a school and was playing with scissors just learning how to use them and accidentally was playing with another kid and cut some. Harrer you know and it was parents. Were fine everything. I'll say that nobody blew a gasket but just bringing that up with that that child not to be named You know is horrific enough and they were broken and they were. You know they're never gonNa make that mistake again with scissors you know. And that's the thing is like I could have been overbearing. Could have been like. That's it just realizing that. No lesson learned. Now what you know shape model you know. Give them guidance and all that but let the idea is not to threaten them or to make their life. You know to a point where they can't function because they're so worried about how mom or DAD's coming down on the counter to that is do develop boundaries and conditions for a child to navigate life through and so that means you know boundaries for your child relative and meaningful to the ages at their at you know one they got to have the cognitive ability to understand what those boundaries are. You know obviously a little kid. You want to protect them from burning themselves from taking a a pot of hot water over stove and knocking down on themselves. There are certain things that immediately they have to know pain so a spank to the hand or to that but you know to let them know that this is sharp pain versus you know something. That is just ridiculously over borders apparent. Just because either were prideful. Were selfish retired. Were angry you know if we give them if we're more of a guide in truth and give them boundaries and give them conditions for them to navigate. This goes to what Lance is put on the Road Map. This develops character. This develops integrity. This imbalance develops honesty and while these things so important you know to this child. Will that all relegates back to know why these boundaries why these conditions are so important especially in the formative years of these kids ages one through them. Yeah no I think I talked about this a preview podcast but we did with our kids when they were about five six years old. We actually sat down and made out this list of rules with the kids and it was real simple stuff like you know. Don't don't lie cheat or steal and then we kind of added some like fruit of the spirit of glacier five twenty five stuff in there and From there then that that was the rules and we actually typed it up and it was on the wall. I framed it. And that's what the kids knew. That was the baseline and it was like okay. If you break one of these rules you knew that there was going to be consequences. And it was pretty clear it was pretty clear cut And and there was never any questions about it at that point and if it was ever any questions we could say. Hey what what were the rules on the wall that you you helped me develop these rules. You broke the rules on now. There's the consequences so I didn't ever have to overreact or anything like that. Not Not saying that. I didn't 'cause there were times. I overreacted but I always tried to say. I didn't have to threaten the child that say okay. Hey you knew the rules. There's the rules right on the wall. you broke the rule so now here's the consequences. I think it just makes it a lot. Easier for US So long when we talked about these rules I'm GONNA get into number four here and Number four is don't overly protect your kids from failure and so what I mean by this and we talked about this in our podcast and overprotective parenting. But YOU WANNA WE WANNA encourage them to keep trying and always keep learning but they're gonNA fail and when they fail. We don't always run in and try to save them from the consequences of failure or Rescued them and make sure they never experienced failure in their life because we want them to experience failure in some of these smaller areas. Because that's how they're GONNA learn Resilience and that's all you're GONNA learn to
Is TikTok Really a National Security Threat?
"Washington Post Technology reporter. Drew are well is spending a lot of his time these days working on stories about tick tock a massively popular APP that's experiencing the kind of growth right now. That facebook and instagram did back in their heydays so drew. Are you on tick Tock. Do you have account I do. I'm not what I'm not a creator. I'm just a weird lurker. My editor is also kind of obsessed with. Uh you haven't posted any videos. No I haven't posted anything. I feel a lot of pressure because everything that goes on. There is really funny and smart and clever. And I'm none of those things. My favorite tedtalk doc. Video that I've seen so far is a bunch of quick shots of a guy throwing slices of cheese at the windows of cars sitting next to him at stop lights and each time a cheese slice sticks to a window. Now the music is sinked. So that a huge drops it tip narcotic year when I look at it. It's it's there's always music everything and there's a lot of pranks a lot of sort of a quick one liners funny visual stuff. And it's all young people. That is the core user the team the very young person under twenty five yeah. It's almost entirely young people. That's changing a little bit but like the highschoolers who would never dream of going on facebook. They're all talk and it is sort of the capital of of the comedy today so far. This sounds like you're pretty standard. Social Media Story Qian's flock to some new APP where they post rocky ocoee videos adult scramble to figure out why this is the hot new APP meanwhile celebrities and brands scramble to figure out how to use the APP to connect with the teens and market. Things do them. Doc Will Smith Reese Witherspoon the NFL these entities all have a presence on Tick Tock. But here's where it gets weird last month Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer and Republican Senator. Tom Cotton sent a joint letter to the director of National Intelligence. They asked about security risks. Around Tick Tock and wondered Tick Tock is quote potential counter intelligence threat. We cannot ignore. It seems crazy right. And that's the thing. Washington is just starting to explore. When you look at Tick Tock? It's really easy to see the sort of fun videos. But it's also this incredibly instrumental communication platform for kids and young. The people the government has had its issues with facebook and instagram and twitter and snapchat and some of those issues of touched very directly on politics elections and national all security but those social media companies are all American in Tik Tok is not its parent. Company is Chinese which has got lawmakers asking a lot of questions questions lately. Thank you all for being here. Thank earlier this month. Republican Senator Josh Hawley convened a hearing about tech companies with ties to China. I'd also like like to highlight two empty chairs today which I say for two invited witnesses. Who apparently don't share your commitment to discussing this issues wants shares for tick tock he drew on some of the reporting that drew has done for the post and Holley said this about tick tock accompany compromised by the Chinese Communist Party? Already knows where your children are knows what they look like with their voices. Sound like what they're watching and what they share with each other Holly makes this sound pretty scary. What happens when the big social media platform the one? Everybody's on based in China. Does it raise different concerns about security or data privacy or censorship or propaganda or is this just fear mongering about a geopolitical
"qian" Discussed on Mental Health In Minnesota
"Of i've differences in what people go through in general and for me i would say it was also weird to that coming to minnesota. I remember my first few years. I felt very outcasted and i went to go seek advice. Some people advised me to join the chinese cultural club and stuff and that was weird to me because although is perfectly great advice i i never had to seek out a chinese cultural club to feel accepted back at home but then i have to here so it's just it difficult for me to adjust to this place but i've also found great things about minnesota that i can never find in california and and i'm really grateful that i came here because i feel like i've learned about whole different perspective and a whole new side of our country that i can now use in my future when i'm helping my future clients because i know i'm going to be meeting people from all different walks of life and all different areas and it truly differs the culture shock is definitely real and i only hope that people will do more to try to connect and learn about each other's cultures rather than sticking their bubble because i noticed that kind of thing to hear i noticed kind of a bubble of just being being raised and born and raised in the midwest and you kind of just wanna stay here in the midwest. Don't really want to branch out. I noticed that within a lot of my friends here and the mindset in california's quite different so i really just hope that everyone is more accepting and willing to understand other cultures cultures more and in just you said talked a little bit more about <hes> <hes> to cultural makeup of minnesota and california would say for california really the family is a network but it's not you know the the central yeah. It's that's a good way to describe. <hes> versus minnesota is so how is that factored into your support of uh of your your mental illness. I'd not gonna lie when i first came here and started noticing these differences i had a lot of jealousy and and almost slight resentment that <hes> there's such a different type of lifestyle here and i feel like i almost felt like i grew up with the lack of love compared to a lot of the families here in a lot of the typical kohl way children here were raised <hes> and when i went back home over breaks and stuff and discuss this with my friends back in california. They also definitely noticed that difference in general. It's taught me that. I need to be more proactive myself in getting the help i need. I feel like the differences it plays a huge role but <hes> at the end of the day like we are given what we're born into. You can't change anything about that and <hes> seeing the differences princes at i was pretty hard for me and <hes> i took it pretty negatively but then i realized that there are from when you were in california to where you are now minnesota what has been the most than single influential support in your own mental illness journey <hes> i have always kept in touch with my therapist back home. Even though i have a new his here in minnesota <hes> i think that would be one big source of help because he's known me okay since my hospitalization days and so having someone that's been with me for that long <hes> is really helpful full while adjusting to a new place because he's able to give me help like through perspective that is not like a newcomer like therapist purpose here having to start all over again. It's it's pretty tedious. Link just developing that therapeutic relationship it takes time and i am since i already had one back in california. <hes> we agree to stay in touch through skype and i would say that that was something that's helped me a lot through transitioning xinning between the two states to talk about to now they were your perspective has kind of remained has remained constant because of the connection with therapist or has it changed my perspective on on your own understanding of your your mental illness. <hes> definitely i think changed <hes>. I think it's changing the biggest way <hes> through my idea of i always thought mental illness like i knew it was not curable like permanently but i always thought like you know after going to therapy. It should be almost pretty much gone but i think the biggest thing that i realized within these past few years is that it is not something that will ever leave my life. It's more of something that i just have to learn to cope with <hes> and once you learn how to cope with a it's it's totally possible to live a normal daily life with these disorders so i think that was the big shift going from a mindset of like wise this still prevalent in my life to more of i understand it's going to stay in my life and that's totally okay and there are ways to deal with the so so you said now that your mind ship has shifted <hes>. We don't talk about you know the family dynamic. <hes> in your father was with the accepting however just in terms of your cultural racial identity <hes> how is that you know put into perspective again your understanding of the <hes> your own mental health <hes> and just disappoint poor structures now that you have in place yeah definitely different <hes> <hes> i would say even just <hes> <hes> after time has passed and with years doing therapy. It's kind of just become more normalized within my family. Which is why. I think it's so important horton to start somewhere like to start treatment somewhere start talking about it somewhere because as time passes it will become less awkward and less stigmatized stigmatize and i think that's definitely what happened within my family <hes> for example to in terms of medication my first year after being diagnosed i i was suggested to take medications but my parents refused until a year and a half later. They realized i was not getting any better better and they thought okay. We have to try medication. At this point. I know so many people in the asian community that struggle with mental disorders orders but are not accepted by their families or not comfortable discussing it <hes> and i think the more we talk about it within our culture and the more other families realize like oh if your daughter also has this. My son isn't like he doesn't stand out that much then <hes> <hes> or it's not as unique absurd as i thought it was because it's truly not it's such a common thing we i. I think my parents it took them a lot to learn about mental health and and i would say i think that's one way that i feel happy to have been diagnosed. A sounds pretty weird saying in yet but i'm honestly.
"qian" Discussed on Mental Health In Minnesota
"Totally fine in and free and then after that they required apparent signature and i remember i brought the form home and my parents refused to sign it so i couldn't receive anymore accouncing after just one session and so that's where things started to kind of go downhill. <hes> i face is a lot of family difficulties. <hes> my family was pretty broken around a two thousand thirteen two thousand fourteen <hes> my mother mother left us for about a year and a half so i lived my father and my brother for a while just us three <hes> it it was just a lot going on and <hes> a lot of abuse both physical and emotional and at the same time i was not allowed to get any sort of help <hes> and also in chinese culture there is a huge stigma on like saving face and like like making sure that there is no shame within the family. I'm sure we've all seen that within like milan or something but it's actually very real <hes> so my parents were very adamant about never ever speaking about these problems outside of our household <hes> which i know is it's pretty common in many cultural <hes> families <hes> and i did because i was in a very very bad place to the point where i wasn't allowed to cry at home because my mom saw that as a sign of weakness and just of not being a normal person which is obviously not true at all so i would often cry at school because i had nowhere else to release that pain pain and teachers started noticing and that's kind of how the whole process started of me realizing i do you need to get help and it took years to convince my parents but after years of battling through that <hes> it got ought to a really bad point where i was hospitalized and it was actually after the first time i came out of the hospital that is one my parents finally agreed to start some sort of treatment and so that's when i started <hes> psychotherapy for the first time so he said the counseling session the one in <hes> to place when you're in seventh grade and then after you know you hospitalization then you were able to receive treatment after your parents guests <hes> okay so how new year's thought what was there was about four years between <hes> because i was hospitalized the summer of my junior year of high school aw oh actually no. I'm sorry it was sophomore. Year of high school was about three years in between but since then i've been receiving therapy so since that <hes> i kind of support structure was in place after <hes> you. You said you were hospitalized. How did your parents react in the now. How were your how was your own mental health diagnoses now anyway i guess in terms of how was it being recognised. Yes and how did you feel yeah so my parents found out that i ended up in hospital from the hospital calling them. They didn't bring me. I know that's pretty common. Some parents bring their children to the hospital to keep them safe. I was found by the police after my first suicide attempt so they actually found out i was in the hospital little by coming to the hospital and seemingly there which i sure it was very difficult <hes>. They tried their best supportive. My dad tried very hard to be supportive. My mom kind of freaked out but <hes> which i know is pretty common for parents in-stat are noticing this in their children for the first time it's kind of like out of nowhere and they don't know how to deal with it. They don't know how to help their children but my dad starting from that day on he definitely changed a lot just his mentality and mindset towards towards mental health to he realized like this is something i need to take seriously now for my daughter's own wellbeing and life if anything <hes> so he was onboard pretty much after that my mom it took a a bit more time to convince but <hes> the hospitalization is truly the turning point and so actually when i first entered the hospital i was about fifteen i think sixteen and i was actually diagnosed with major depressive disorder and panic disorder so those reminder original diagnoses back then and those were definitely the disorders that i suffered with at that time i used to have panic attacks daily <hes> i had to stop school and become homeschool because i'd have panic attacks everyday in class so after i was diagnosed with that <hes> the hospital when you get released from there they also set you up with like a plan for the next steps. What are you gonna do now to keep yourself safe and so they kind of forced forced my parents to follow that plan pretty much and that's how i started getting professional help so the next few years were really tough if i i thought things would get better but if anything it definitely went the opposite route <hes> as i said mentioned before i had to leave school become home schooled i ended. I attended a outpatient program at a hospital nearby my home and every day from eight to three i went to the hospital and then at night i would come home and do school <hes> so it was very much not a typical high school school life but i think it was absolutely necessary for me to go through that treatment and go through all of that <hes> and and as the years have progressed <hes> i've gotten so much better with dealing with my panic disorder and they've lessened each year and now i only get one. Maybe once it's every three to three months compared to back then every day so definitely a lot of improvement and once i got to minnesota soda i had to find new treatment so i went into m._c._p. Minnesota center for psychology and i had intake assessment mitt and that's where they re diagnosed me because it has been a few years since i had been diagnosed and here in minnesota is where i received the diagnosis houses of borderline personality disorder p._t._s._d. Which is much more fitting to me now so i also learned that like mental disorders can shift in someone's life and your symptoms can change and honestly my depression has been a lot better i i. It's almost not even there anymore which i'm really thankful <hes> but it's definitely shifted towards different sort of issues that i've been dealing with so the treatment that you received in california now you're of course a student here in minnesota each currently going to <hes> m._c._p. Uh-huh ep can you describe had those two. How is the treatment differed at all yeah <hes>. It's definitely been different. <hes> i've struggle the law trying to transition and adopted minnesota <hes> i i think the biggest reason is because i grew up in such a diverse area coming here was very different. I also notice i mean and it's not there's no blame for anyone. It's not anyone's fault but just because i feel like there is less diversity here in minnesota. It's harder for most people to understand other cultural perspectives. I noticed that things that i wouldn't have to explain explaining california. I'd have to explain here and that became and it became hard to when people do not understand me in the way i was used to being understood and but i do notice that people are very willing to learn and i think that's why it's important and for minorities to speak up and talk about how they feel because it's not that people of caucasian people are not willing to learn. They are it's. It's it's just because for me. I never had to think about these things growing up because i was just naturally exposed. It was just a part of my everyday life. I didn't have to go out of my way to learn about other cultures. It was just around me all the time so coming here. It was extremely difficult. I definitely felt outcasted pasta often even within treatment. I'd say i tend to therapy group and i noticed that things that people talked about in group. I no longer could relate to <hes>. I feel like over here. Family is a lot more. There's a lot of importance in family here and i think i really admire that and that's something that i've always wanted in my life. So i just notice there are different types of issues that people go through between these two states in minnesota family. Structures are quite prevalent and well set. I feel like people here have pretty strong family structures. That's actually not something that i saw common in california so it was almost weird for me to come here and see my friends like being so close to their parents because in california that's actually not common a lot of times. <hes> and i think it has to do with in white families. They really value like being a tight knit family <hes> and in other cultures. It's a little bit more separate. <hes> it's more about focusing on successor yourself in a way <hes> but i just noticed.
"qian" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Qian's righty stands six three selected three hundred forty seven th overall glow, by the way reporting keen had yet another reason to be psyched yesterday as if that wasn't enough. He apparently led his team the scarlet knights to a win in the first round of the super eight tournament with an upset of the top seed Franklin and lawmakers here in Massachusetts still trying to figure out the future of sports betting in the Commonwealth. But now, new technology that can track some of the most personal details of professional athletes has some concerned as it could be by gamblers for profit unions for all the major professional sports, say, any sports betting legislation should prohibit the commercial use of biometric data such as hydration and heart rate without the players. Consent on sports. Attorney for the NBA says a person's personal health information has no place when it comes to sports betting ten oh, eight. Let's take a look at Bloomberg business, and we say, good morning to Andrew O'day morning to call this country is still importing a lot more than it's exporting the gap got narrower, as of last measure. The Commerce Department says the US. Trade deficit shrank to fifty point eight billion dollars in April from more than a billion above that in March. But our trade deficit with China, specifically, increased to twenty nine point four billion overall imports fell but exports fell the most in three years reflecting the impact of tariffs, as well as lower demand for civilian aircraft following the worldwide grounding of the Boeing seven thirty-seven max jet other big report this morning. The number of people applying for unemployment benefits last week was unchanged from upwardly revised two hundred eighteen thousand the week before salt leaves initial jobless claims near a post recession low Wall Street's mixing it. Dow up twenty three NASDAQ losing fourteen Andrew O'day, Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's NewsRadio and today's a big birthday for one of the best selling video games ever. Remember this sound? Tetris defined.
"qian" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Mania? So there I mean, there is a chance that you could not gonna freak and re-sign when she knows she's going face to face with the kid. Here goes soak behind me blind Qian make breakfast for Horsman whatever she's talking about. Yeah. I mean, I I can't even imagine if that happens to two different sports now. But that obviously is is on the table at this point. So all right. I mean for you, you have an idea the way you want it to go. But there's other ways that it could go as well. I mean, you know, maybe, you know, maybe the fans all of a sudden at MetLife stadium. Maybe there's more Ronda Rousey fans, and you expected you prepared for all outcomes here or you're to be all right with every as in if the funds boomy, well, I mean any of it happening. Okay. Well, so anything as in. If if I if I do not Wayne race overly confident do not win. Well, then everything that I've said there's a live. But here's the thing is that I've been beaten more times than I can count combat from every one of losing isn't what scares me. And I am thinking that I'm invincible is not where I get my confidence. That's where Rhonda Rousey gets comforting. But we'll see what happens when she's proven wrong. And I know I can take a beating. But I know I can combat better than anybody else in this entire industry. Now, this is of course, you'd better not lose on some. There's obviously landmark groundbreaking whatever word you wanna use. I women's made event wrestlemainia is that something that you're thinking about or you know, where we get into the point now because the popularity of women's wrestling, and the WWE has reached a point where it's not surprising. You know, it's almost like we hear the groundbreaking words and stuff. It's almost like I could see it be taken his has slightly insulting. And the fact that like we've been doing this for a long time weaning groundbreaking like Yance groundbreaking, but at the same time like we earned this disrespect, you know, at some point the storylines gotta go away because we're equal and we're even in we're we're taking over. So what what's your take on feel like there's been a few token gestures? And I feel like this isn't one of them. That's what makes me happy. Because this seems like, of course, of course, it's going to be the main event because it's the most untypically and fight on the card and people are looking forward to it. And it's had long piano. This this. This is. Supposed to happen back in November. And then it was taken away. And and then, of course, Charlotte was out of this, whatever. But I feel like it's it's. The way it's supposed to be a no being handed. It's not like, oh, you know, it's on it's not a further step in in a corporate women's revolution. This is just actually what should be the main events because what the people want because this is what the people want, and this is going to be the much is you're finally finally where the money should be for you guys. Hope so I'll tell you after Sunday. Becky Lynch, best of luck. It was great meeting. You. It was thrill for us. And we really really hope for the best not only on Sunday. But for the rest of your career. Thank you so much good actually do morning radio with all that entertaining. Have great great. Great. You.
"qian" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The idea of a curse part of native American cosmology. In other words, could accursed person be destined to sort of walk. The earth is a shape Shifter. Well, there are people who become cursed in the cosmology, for example, the Elgon Qian lore of the wind to go. With is a victim example there several different Al Galkin traditions that described the origin of the wind ago as a person who began to practice cannibalism and was gradually transformed into the wind to go. Interestingly enough, there are traditions of black magicians who dealt with the great horned serpent being transformed into a wind ago punishment for practicing bad medicine. The great serpent it self granted the ability to shape Shifter's there. Also is followers are also known to have assumed human form being from the underworld and Mary human women in order to reproduce with them and create more of their own kind. Historically, the tales of the great serpent from the Great Lakes. Tell us that individuals had their infant's stolen by the great serpents and people were kidnapped and taken underwater in some instances, black magicians. We're required to sacrifice their children were entire families to the underworld serpents in exchange for powerful magic and medicine..
283: Family in Pop Culture
"If I'm looking for a cousin. I'm looking for free game of thrones hear me out. Waiver town. I get it. You're like what he's a murder. I know right. He humiliates, his wives. I get it. You're right. But guys I wanna have a front row seat for all those crazy parties like, and this is the way to do it. I know you can't trust a blonde, man. We all know that. Okay. We all know that listen you get to come to the parties. He probably won't kill you. I mean, the odds are in your favor, and we all know that if I get sent to a land like west rose, I'm going to be a servant like I'm in some sort of like I'm having to like rally, the pigs whatever you do with paying like there's no way. I do. It's time. That's right. There's no way there's no way to be my the Qian's cousin. So that's why I remember that Assode of game of thrones. Where they rallied the pigs. I was like, wow. This is a good episode. Does it does it bother you that he's DT down to torture? The you. That's what that means about it. I think you saying bothered me more than the being. I don't know. That was also Jeffrey brought was incest refs a drink. Right. Drink on his history. It's complicated. My last one is captain hook, obviously, obviously, so captain hook. I think he's someone who very much wanted to be a parent. And if you remember hook the movie, he spends most of movie wanting to be apparent to Peter's children, right? And I think what you think about Huckabee an awesome parent because he has dope wakes an awesome boat. People who listen to everything he says, and he's got a feud with a gator or crocodile, sorry, like, that's awesome. I love that. And I love I think I think it's easy to think like you wanna hang out Peter Pan. Right. But you look at the original techs, Peter Pan, Peter Pan, right? Let's. Theory, like his note, let's do an X Jesus on Peter Pan. It's kline. Peter Pan would kidnap children. Okay. And he'd hang out with them. So we would true loss, boys. That's what their names, and then he'd hang out with them until puberty. And then what would he do? He would murder them
"qian" Discussed on KTRH
"Us go to Paula in Charlotte, North Carolina polar your live on open line Friday. Mark. Great to be with you. Yes. Thank you. I just wanted to save very quickly that forget for a moment. Forgive forget some seconds that both Gladys Knight and burn it or most African American. But I think it's pretty rich that you can know. Oh. Has it right because she's going to disrespect Cam. When in the past they've had more than one person didn't even know the words to the national anthem, which is Arkansas. The land of the free and home at the base. And I think that that's okay. No. That's that. That's true. Actually, they've had some I mean snow secret. They've had some terrible at you know, what's interesting. Now, you mentioned a poll is in other words, the national anthem is not about the nation anymore. Now, it's about Colin Kaepernick. That's basically what this argument is about. And that's actually the problem when you talk about those other versions of the national anthem, those fairly dreadful ones the people it's because those singers make it all about themselves. So this they're doing all that. Oh, see Qian like that. And it's all kind of look at me. And it's not actually about the song. It's it's a sort of active kind of narcissism when you sing it like that Paula, and they have had a nobody's objected to those things. People people quite that people have got away with singing that the national anthem in. Most absurd ways and every bit and nobody called some on. It paula. Are you kidding me? When you ask them to do it. You know, that they didn't know the words. I mean, you you can ask him to sing it for you to see what they were going to sound like and they. Yeah. No. That's a that's actually an excellent at exit. Boy. Thank thank you for that poll. Dude. There was a young lady. I ha I was at the international women's forum. With Kellyanne Conway, and she was getting an award, and I was getting an award and they had someone do the national anthem. And it's always interesting to me because if the daily if you're a foreigner you an emigrant it's not as if you've been singing it since kindergarten. And so you always interested in how people sing the national anthem and this young lady Gracie actually sang it. I was sort of so struck by it that I I mentioned it in my when I went up to the podium because it's actually. It's a story. It's not like it's not like God, save the Queen where you're just asking the DOT to endow the monarch with long life. The SaaS spangled banner is actually a story. And you can't follow the story at all. If you do it the way most people do it. And she sang it in a very Lagarto way, which connected up all the words, all the lines. So that you actually could follow the story, and I sung rally haven actually sung like that. In an effective way. Where you can follow the story that I was actually struck by it. She didn't say she didn't do all those Melis Matic things that you get when beyond say or whoever is doing it. She just sung it in a respectful way that enabled you to follow. What was going on? And she did it absolutely beautifully absolutely beautiful. And that's actually very rare to hear it done that. Well, and it wasn't about calling. Panic and nobody took a knee. Thank you. Thank you for that. We will close things out in just a moment. You're listening to the network.
"qian" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Here's the founder of food for orphans. Gary Van Dyke Kim doesn't know how old he is. He guesses at around seven his whole life has been centered on finding food you see he lives at the dump and he's never been anywhere else. You can find Qian walking into decaying landfilled riding garbage plastic bags and shards of broken glass. His parents are long gone Ken is one of about one hundred children living in the dump some live with their parents, others are orphaned, abandoned, alone. They walk around the dump hoping to find a bit of food to get them through the day. They'll eat whatever food they can find for them. There's no such thing as food to rot can also collect bottles and plastic for three cents a sack, and it takes nearly all day for the seven year old to earn three cents is bare feet or filthy and ribbon with cuts choosy fines are usually on wearable too, many kin and children liking or invisible. But they're not are they for more information. Visit WWW dot food for orphans dot ORG. Saint you exceeds any expectation or any dream. I could've ever had about a hospital. I was getting David here to save his life. But then I was told we wouldn't get a Bill. I didn't quite process that how's this possible this possible through all the wonderful people who donate is pretty amazing when you consider that seven years ago, we didn't have the treatments we have. Now, we carry eighty percent of children with cancer. If you think about that. I mean, go back fifty years we were carrying twenty to thirty percent. This is the miracle story of modern medicine. The research here is research that we share with everyone else. Because overall we want to help also have cancer. What makes that possible is people that give to Saint Jude? They really help us to fulfill our mission, and we're so grateful to have them on Saint Jude Children's Research Hospital finding cures saving children. Learn more at Saint you dot org. The news you want to know the house would deny president the forum of speaking to state of the union address if she's going to do that. Let's hold in the Senate, then us to be president political. Spike, you need to know when the president comes. Stay in the Nope. And the government check in for the very latest radio. She ate we're ready to make a deal. The president case where we came. We have no choice. Talkradio six hundred WCBS..
"qian" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Qian J will be of course, have a mess in this country with our government shutdown. But but what's going on Great Britain is just as big a mess, and there's gonna be a development later on this afternoon. Everybody's probably familiar with Brexit. If you haven't been following this Great Britain voted last year to remove it self from the European Union. You know, all the European countries that are together. And and what it means is that they share the euro, and you can travel between the borders without having to go through having to go through all sorts of hoops. And there's free trade, for example, you know, back and forth between these well. Great britain. I think surprise some politicians and in this populist move, they voted for for what's called Brexit to pull out of the European Union. The problem is pulling out of the European Union will cause a a huge disruption of the British economy because it's essentially going to greatly limit trade between Great Britain and the. The rest of Europe. Plus you look at where some Great Britain. Is it creates this huge mess? So now, they can't figure out the terms. Now, the prime minister of green of Great Britain has recently has been working very diligently to try to reach some compromise deal on terms with which Great Britain withdraws from the European Union. She's not getting any support from her party. She's not getting any support from the labor party of the opposition. There's a vote on the latest proposal later on this afternoon. All the smart money says it's going to go down to defeat in a big fashion. It might bring down her government. And if they vote no nobody knows what happens next. So it's a stone cold mess, and again is it worse than the government shutdown? Maybe maybe, but nobody knows how that one's gonna end. Either twelve thirty one let's go to the WTMJ breaking news center. Here's Eric Bill stack a business owner from Franklin is facing homicide charges after the remains of two men that worked for him were found in a burn pit. On land that he leases for hunting in Walworth county. The remains were discovered last week to complain says the girlfriends of the two men who worked for the suspect Matt Newman at spot free cleaning reported their boyfriends are missing earlier in the month. Hundreds of federal workers in Wisconsin are seeking unemployment benefits from the state due to the partial government shutdown there about twenty nine thousand federal workers in Wisconsin about four hundred and twenty filed claims last week attorney general nominee William Barr says the special counsel Russia investigation should be allowed to finish. He also says he would not allow the president to edit. The report once it is submitted bar telling senators in his confirmation hearing today that he's also told President Trump in the past that Robert Muller's a straight shooter and should be treated as such time for the WTMJ, Drake and associates market update. So far so good on Wall Street today right now, the Dow is up one hundred and forty two twenty four thousand fifty the NASDAQ is up one hundred and eleven to seventy seventeen and the s&p is up. Twenty five to twenty six.
"qian" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"And if you're listening to the show in overcast for us, please do us a little favor and hit that star. With the episode now for the conclusion of our episode with Philip mckernan. So how did you find out that you didn't want to do those things? I mean, were you just busting your ass. And you decided one day this isn't for me. Yeah. I mean, you can scare the internet is very few things. I'll say I'm good very few. The people that decide that for me. But I'm very good ash in the absence of clarity taken action. And I'm very good at getting a sense of when things have run out of steam and not waiting to figure out. What's next and some people will say, that's irresponsible. So when the Vikings cut to shore that often burn the boats because there was no going back, and I will be like by dishonest to think that I don't believe that that is required. Sometimes so at the end of five years the vitamin business walked into my boss said I'm done heading off around the world for year. He goes. Yeah. On how much more money. Do you want? I said, you know, how nice thought you were leveraging immune. No, I don't operate. Yeah. And he goes, I would have been surprised, and I said I'm done not because he you the businesses great is just time. And I've been very good as calling that time. Then a joint went into the wine business. I worked in a winery in Australia. I was gonna say a system winemaker, but that's very horrified. I was upsell Arash Qian up washing shit. You know, clear grapes. Well. Pivoted from there and take coffee with my brother, and we built a very successful business. But that was one thousand nine percent him. I played a small role there. And then again, five years increments..
Reality Winner on Trump "so unfair" tweet: "I can't thank him enough"
"Counterparts from sixteen other states next week in Texas to try to save ObamaCare. Nineteen states want to get rid of the healthcare reform law which was passed about eight and a half years ago. Action is an American and it is an immoral action. Sister Carol Qian as president and CEO of the Catholic Health Association of the United States. Texas
Ebola death toll rises to 22 in Congo
"Zero c d a l big things genesis communications network for making the show happen brad and jason working the dials and big thanks to you all for tuning in we really do appreciate it delegate to follow us on twitter at dr dalia and on facebook the doctor w show all right so let's give you an update on bola a catholic priest has been quarantined in the democratic republican of congo after being infected with evola as health officials today actually revised down the number of deaths to twenty two they said we have cortina priest from the diocese of amid van daca biko who tested positive for the ebola virus a medical source told afp on thursday under a condition of nominated many religious authorities in the town could not be immediately contacted the congolese health ministry on friday published a new death toll for the latest outbreak four we laboratory tests on buddies the overall deaths as of may twenty third confirmed is twenty two and not the previously reported twenty seven so the number of those infected was also provides down from fifty eight down to fifty two including thirty one confirmed thirteen probable and eight suspected cases so it was not possible to establish whether the priests was among them the authorities explained the downward revisions by seeing some cases attributed to a bola had proven negative after laboratory testing qian's shelves on may eight announced cases of the notorious hemorragic fever in a remote northwestern district called biko that's where the started last thursday then the first case was reported in the city of one point two million me van daca which is a transport hub located over congress congo since then red alerts have been issued people have been on high very very high alert vaccines have been shipped in vaccination has started and they are trying to contain this in lightning speed being told that the abullah number has been revised down is very reassuring considering every day we were being told of new cases now some of you will say no no no no no dr dalia could be naive they're not telling us they are not telling us they're they're you know they don't wanna scare nobody had really economy and all that i don't know i mean maybe you're right i don't know vides their explanation of somebody died we got the testing back.