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"qualls" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:59 min | 8 months ago

"qualls" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Need But first the Senate has 5 nominations for the Federal Reserve up for confirmation and the one that is generated the most heat so far has been Sarah bloom Raskin for the key role of vice chair for supervision with several Republican senators challenging her views about taking climate risk into account in regulating banks For his thoughts I talked to Simon Johnson Professor of entrepreneurship at the MIT Sloan school of management Many central banks leading central banks around the world have really shifted their thinking on climate change and climate risk over the past decade Jay Powell and Randy quarrels the outgoing incoming or renewed chair in the outgoing vice chief of vision of both spoken quite clearly and forcibly on this And I think cerebrum raskins remarks and ratings fit exactly within that context We don't know exactly where this is going to land in any major Central Bank but it definitely needs to be considered as a financial stability risk or potential issue So one of the things I learned from reading your writings was that Randy quarrels the former the first actually vice chair for supervision Appointed by president Trump and generally thought to be more conservative Himself embraced the notion climate risk had to be taken to account Obviously we heard Jay Powell the current chair quite possibly the future chair as well Say that it should be taken into account So what is the issue here Is it not whether it should be taken account but how Yes I think how and how much the precise modalities it's a classic central banking type Remember mister qualls in addition to his very important responsibilities in the U.S. was chair of the financial stability board that often goes to leading U.S. voice on regulatory issues But through the FSB he had enormous connections with an impact on the international community of central banks And the particular remarks that I linked to were made in that context So look I think mister qualls representing a sensible process of evaluation of climate risk for central banks And I think Sarah bloom rescue is going to continue in that tradition Did you think that the senators had a point at all particularly about one op-ed piece that she'd written and she was clear to say that was not talking about banking regulation That was talking about whether there should be emergency pandemic loans to the oil and gas industry as I recall Did you think they had a point that you can take the concern about climate too far going from an is that is to say what is the risk to an aught What ought we to do about it Well obviously you can take the concern about anything including around bank capital or regulation of financial markets or any of you can take it too far And that's an important issue And that is I would say very much the debate as we understand it I'm not inside the Federal Reserve but to the extent one can discern that It's an ongoing debate in the fed And everybody connected with banks to provision and it's also a conversation in Europe and many other places So you could take it too far I don't think it has been taken too far I don't think miss Raskin who has been absolute voice of moderation both in a previous time at the fed and when she was deputy secretary of treasury I mean she's an incredibly careful moderate person Oh and when she was bank commissioner in Maryland she's not a person who's going to take you too far on any issues like this The fed has a tough task in front of us How difficult is that task particularly when we have so many vacancies And in fact we have a chair but a chair pro tempore There's a very strong team at the top of the fed and mister Powell staying on and layout branded being proud of device share I think are very smart moves I think the other nominees are also extremely strong I look carefully at that testimony David They're all all the new nominees Our emphasizing the importance of controlling inflation making sure inflation expectations remain anchored And of course it's a fed can do that then I think we can come out of this one in much better shape than we might currently be fearing Thanks to professor Simon Johnson of MIT This week the House passed the competes act Its version of a bill to invest in domestic semiconductor design and manufacture Both the Senate and House versions agreed on a $50 billion investment in chips but they diverge on a wide range of other issues To find out what comes next as the two chambers reconcile their differences my colleagues guy Johnson Kaylee lines and I talked to commerce secretary Gina raimondo There's a huge amount of bipartisan support for the vast majority of the bill In both the house and the Senate I have spoken with chairs and ranking members of the committees in both the House and the Senate And also to speaker Pelosi and leader Schumer and everyone is focused on getting it done getting it done quickly and getting it to the president's desk So I'm sure there will be ups and downs and disagreements but we are all optimistic that it's something that can happen reasonably quickly Well that's really reassuring to a lot of people who are concerned about this But specifically on the.

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"qualls" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:35 min | 8 months ago

"qualls" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Security of people and the economy these blockades can not continue The White House says Trudeau promised quick action to enforce laws and restore the open passage of crossings between the two countries I'm Brian chuck Your listening to balance and power with David Weston on Bloomberg radio Still to come this hour we hear from commerce secretary Gina raimondo on the Biden administration's plans for getting the semiconductors that we need But first the Senate has 5 nominations for the Federal Reserve up for confirmation And the one that has generated the most heat so far has been Sarah bloom Raskin for the key role of vice chair for supervision with several Republican senators challenging her views about taking climate risk into account in regulating banks For his thoughts I talked to Simon Johnson Professor of entrepreneurship at the MIT Sloan school of management Many central banks leading central banks around the world have really shifted their thinking on climate change and climate risk over the past decade Jay Powell and Randy quells the outgoing incoming or renewed chair in the outgoing vice chief of vision of both spoken quite clearly and forces on this And I think Sarah Boone rescues remarks and writings fit exactly within that context We don't know exactly where this is going to land in any major Central Bank but it definitely needs to be considered as a financial stability risk or potential issue So one of the things I learned from reading your writings was that Randy quarrels the former the first actually vice chair for supervision Appointed by president Trump and generally thought to be more conservative Himself embraced the notion climate risk had to be taken to account Obviously we heard Jay Powell the current chair quite possibly the future chair as well Say that it should be taken into account So what is the issue here Is it not whether it should be taking account but how Yes I think how and how much in the precise modalities it's a classic central banking type Remember mister qualls in addition to his very important responsibilities in the U.S. was chair of the financial stability board that often goes to leading U.S. voice on regulatory issues But through the FSB he had enormous connections with an impact on the international community of central banks And the particular remarks that I linked to were made in that context So look I think mister qualls representing a sensible process of evaluation of climate risk for central banks And I think Sarah bloom rescue is going to continue in that tradition Did you think that the senators had a point at all particularly about one op-ed piece that she'd written and she was clear to say that was not talking about banking regulation That was talking about whether there should be emergency pandemic loans to the oil and gas industry as I recall Did you think they had a point that you can take the concern about climate too far going from an is that is to say what is the risk to an aught What ought we to do about it Well obviously you can take the concern about anything including around bank capital or regulation of financial markets or anything you can take it too far And that's an important issue And that is I would say very much the debate as we understand it I'm not inside the Federal Reserve but to the extent one can discern that It's an ongoing debate in the fed And everybody connected with banks to provision and it's also a conversation in Europe and many other places So you could take it too far I don't think it has been taken too far I don't think miss Raskin who has been absolute voice of moderation both in a previous time at the fed and when she was deputy secretary of treasury I mean she's an incredibly careful moderate person Oh and when she was bank commissioner in Maryland she's not a person who's going to take you too far on any issues like this The fed has a tough task in front of it How difficult is that task particularly when we have so many vacancies And in fact we have a chair but a chair pro tempore There's a very strong team at the top of the fed and mister Powell staying on and layout branded being Proto device share I think are very smart moves I think the other nominees are also extremely strong I look carefully at that testimony David They're all all the new nominees Our emphasizing the importance of controlling inflation making sure inflation expectations remain anchored and of course it's a fed can do that then I think we can come out of this one in much better shape than we might currently be fearing Thanks to professor Simon Johnson of MIT This week the House passed the competes act Its version of a bill to invest in domestic semiconductor design and manufacture both the Senate and House versions agreed on a $50 billion investment in chips but they diverge on a wide range of other issues To find out what comes next as the two chambers reconcile their differences my colleagues guy Johnson Kaley lynes and I talked to commerce secretary Gina raimondo There's a huge amount of bipartisan support for the vast majority of the bill in both the house and the Senate I have spoken with chairs and ranking members of the committees in both the House and the Senate And also to speaker Pelosi and leader Schumer and everyone is focused on getting it done getting it done quickly and getting it to the president's desk So I'm sure there will be ups and downs and disagreements but we are all optimistic that it's something that can happen reasonably quickly Well that's really reassuring to a lot of people who are concerned about this But specifically on the.

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"qualls" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:49 min | 10 months ago

"qualls" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You're listening to Bloomberg daybreak here We track the markets for you We give you an update on where we are Every 15 minutes so let's get to that The stock 600 up by four tenths of a percent the FTSE up four tenths The cac irons on the set acts up by half a percent The ibex in the foots you may both up by just over half a percent as well But really this is catch up from yesterday the U.S. equity markets managed to hold onto earlier gains and were pricing that in here in our European hours this morning U.S. futures the moves there look more muted Evenings and Dow futures look fairly flat NASDAQ futures actually losing a bit of steam losing some ground down by three tenths of 1% this morning MSCI Asia Pacific flats a positive upper tenth of a percent as the Asian equity markets deal with that news around DD that weighs on some of the tech stocks but it doesn't seem to be having too much of an impact on the broader picture for Asian equities Oil price is a little more solid this morning up 3% despite that release from all that going ahead with the planned increase in production at OPEC plus 71 76 is where we trade on Brent The U.S. ten year yield one 45 the dollar trades flat to positive up a tenth of a percent on the dollar index the Euro is flat to negative one 1296 right now and the pound loses around a quarter of 1% one 32 75 on cable So that is a look at where we are on the markets Let's get to some of our top stories And I mentioned that the Asian equity session was dealing with the DD story while the Chinese ride hailer didi global has begun preparations to withdraw from U.S. stock exchanges and will start work on a Hong Kong share sale Bloomberg reported last week that Chinese regulators had asked Dede's top executives to devise a plan to de list in the United States over concerns about data security sources say it aims to file for a Hong Kong listing around March We're also hearing about the U.S. getting tougher on their disclosure rules from Chinese and Hong Kong based companies So there's going to be two different strands to that same story Now in the United States we'll get the jobs report today with economists predicting a 550,000 increase in non farm payrolls Meanwhile more fed officials laid out the case for speeding up the removal of policy support amid higher inflation governor Randy qualls said he would support moving the end of the taper forward If we get to next spring and inflation is still over 4% and we've ended our taper and that's where we are I think the fed I will not be on the committee at that time but I think the fed would have to say seriously this has run too high for too long And we need to start using other tools So job report today could add to the case that for a more hawkish fed move Let's get to the news out of turkey and Fitch ratings has cut the outlook on turkey's sovereign credit rating to negative The credit assessor cited a deterioration in domestic confidence as a result of monetary easing it called premature the outlook change comes a day after president Recep Tay perdo one abruptly replaced his finance minister So those are some of the top stories we are covering this morning Now to our big take story of the morning at long last women are starting to make waves in the hedge fund world 9 recently opened or soon to launch funds started by women signal changes coming But progress remains slow All of the thousands of hedge funds around the world only about 80 are led by women today That is according to the kresge foundation which tracks the diversity of managers for more on this we're joined by Bloomberg hedge fund reporter nishant Kumar who's put together this morning's big take Nisha I'm very good to speak to you So how bad is female representation then in risk-taking roles in the hedge fund industry Well by any measure it's terrible and hedge funds diversity track record has been given poorer But that's about to undergo and extraordinary change But to give you some context more UK mutual funds are run by managers named David than by women In the U.S. the world's biggest investment management industry Only about 11% of the funds are managed by women And it's particularly a problem in the asset management industry because there are 37.5% of lowers are women 49% of judges in U.S. 34.5% of the economists are women 26% of chief executives are women So it's a problem that is concentrated in the investment management industry Okay so even compared to some other industries where you might expect to still and do see a bit of a bias towards mail managers even compared to those sectors the hedge fund industry performs badly but your piece is quite celebratory of some women who are managing to make it So what is changing So one thing that is changing dramatically over the last few years is the demand for diverse and ESG related products is booming So that's contributing to the debate investors are looking at these managers So that's a good thing And that's very important Because one is that the number of women fund managers are less But if you look at S 8 points of view only 1.3% of assets in the investment management industry which manages $70 trillion in the world is led by the men in minority fund managers So when there is more debate around diversity ESG that will eventually lead to more a.m. flowing into these managers The second thing is that data and performance over the long period of time has showed that diverse managers are better You are not losing out in performance In fact their performing even better And broadly there is a gene Richmond change going on in business Women portfolio managers with decades of experience at some of the most sophisticated investment firms in the world are striking out there on their own We have profiled 9 of them and you mentioned 80 that exist today This data might look very tiny because they are obviously hundreds of new husbands start every year But since the turn of the century we have only managed to get 80 And we have profiled 9 of them I think something extraordinary change is going on It's probably a story moment this year Nishan thank you very much for bringing us your story Bit by catch fund reporter nishan Kumar really interesting big take and I big take is the function to use on your Bloomberg if you want to get more details on that story and read the profiles that nishan has put together Let us get a look at the global news headlines.

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"qualls" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:04 min | 11 months ago

"qualls" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"New York for a check of market action and Doug Christmas starting to see a little bit of some momentum going downwards with some of the key markets still moving higher Yeah the kneecap remains positive We are up about three tenths of 1% but I want to begin with SoftBank shares They are rallying right now by about 10% after the company announced that 1 trillion buyback plan also seeing positivity in toshiba those shares higher Right now by just two tenths of 1% well off the best level of the early going here the company is considering splitting up the company as one of its strategic options to strengthen shareholder value earlier than EK was saying that toshiba is set to divide itself into three companies to focus on infrastructure one devices two and semiconductor memory three and it would do so as early as 2023 Jules is absolutely right We've got weakness in the cost being now down about a tenth of 1% and in Sydney the ASX 200 dipping about two tenths of 1% All of this is after we had record is record highs here in the U.S. with the S&P finishing about 4700 for the first time with a gain of about a tenth of 1% on the day A lot of positivity still from those positive test results of Pfizer's antiviral pill and then add to that the lifting of U.S. travel restrictions a question though a key one at that is whether the equity market in the states can continue to push higher without an additional catalyst If you look at shares right now in Robinhood in late trading that stock was down more than 3% after the bell the company said it was the victim of a security breach back on November 3rd Ten year treasury now in the Tokyo session with the yield of one 48 we've got crude oil just below $82 a barrel that is WTI the dollar firm against the majors and we've got a stronger yen here at one 1322 will take another look at markets in about 15 minutes Julia All right we'll share in U.S. listed Chinese education stocks of rallied with 80 hours in Tao and new oriental education gaining as much as 10% Earlier Dow Jones reported Beijing is planning to issue licenses for the companies to offer after school tutoring Bloomberg's YouTube Chen gives us some context Remember these are the stocks really got beaten hard when patron started to crack down into the online education sector So today's news is positive by some investors and analysts because today's take it as a signal that patient is stabilizing its policy towards the sector And the report says Beijing plans to issue more than a dozen such licenses The companies will be able to operate after school tutoring on a nonprofit basis However there will be allowed to make a profit on other businesses such as tutoring adults for professional exams Well fed governor roundell qualls will step down in the last week of December his four year term as vice chair of supervision already expired in October but whilst chairman of the governor runs to January 2032 Bloomberg Steve Matthews tells us that recent vacancies give president Baden another opportunity to reshape the fed board In terms of the four openings you now have vice chair vice chair for supervision a governor and of course the third reserve chair now held by pal And what this does is it gives price to Biden a little bit more flexibility whereas if you decide to appoint a Republican like Jay Powell to a second term then that's going to infuriate people like Elizabeth Warren and some of the more liberal Democrats And the concession would be to maybe use some of the other openings Now he has three With more liberal appointees and maybe you could get less opposition from the left wing of the Democratic Party And we're told President Biden has recently met with both pal and fed governor lael Brendan Brennan is the only sitting governor appointed by a Democrat and she is seen as a contender for all three leadership positions It is 5 minutes pastia time for global.

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"qualls" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"qualls" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Underway in Tokyo Sydney and soul were an hour away from the day's trade in Hong Kong and Shanghai We are seeing a risk of towing the K two two 5 is down half of 1% in Tokyo the Cosby slightly highway had that export data coming through for the first 20 days of the month and the ASX 200 is flat dog Christian will be along shortly to give us a full update But now the top stories of the day and China has failed to play by the rules of the World Trade Organization for two decades This according to David bisbee U.S. deputy chief of mission in Geneva His blasted China's trade policy and prepared remarks obtained by Bloomberg Bisby says that China has used the approbation of WTO membership to become the largest trader And it's doubled down on its state led non market approach to trade Because we said the U.S. will continue to use all available tools to persuade China to make the changes needed The fed governor rattled qualls favors a start to the tapering process next month qualls was speaking earlier at the milken institute conference in Los Angeles With respect to asset purchases we're not talking about interest rates yet Respect to asset purchases we need to see substantial progress And I think that we have seen substantial progress towards our goals So I do think that we should be prepared to consider tapering asset purchases Clauses also said that current high inflation is transitory and he said the Central Bank is not behind the curve with its monetary policy Today's beige book shows the American economy expanded at a modest to moderate rate in the report the fed note had growth slowed in some districts given supply constraints and concerns over the delta variant Apple is tightening its virus protocols but stopping just short of a vaccine mandate The company said it will begin to force unvaccinated corporate employees to test for COVID-19 each time they enter an office Apple said the new requirement will also apply to employees who declined to report their vaccination status Retail store employees meanwhile will have slightly different rules unvaccinated staff will be asked to test twice per week instead of each day that they come to work And at the same time apple is inching closer towards requiring most of its corporate employees to return to the office The company's latest guidance is staff should work in the office at least three days per week beginning in January Apple has told its workforce that it will provide a one month warning on any such deadline Let's get on a New York now for a check of our connection with Bloomberg's president Doug Hey Jules so we're seeing a little bit of weakness among tech stocks in the apac region in the U.S. after the bell IBM's numbers on the top line the revenue figures were a little disappointing and the shares were off by more than 4% And at the same time many of the chip making equipment stocks were down in late trading here stateside That was after lamb research is revenue forecast fell short of some estimates So if you look at what's happening right now inside the knee K it's information tech down as a group by one and a half percent And that's weighing on the niche The two 25 off about 6 tenths of 1% In Sydney ASX 200 off just a tenth of 1% in this case consumer Staples and energy leading the way lower meantime in sold a Cosby now down about check that we are now positive It's been fluctuating between gains and losses utilities and financials leading to the upside but materials and information tech are negative in the soul session Speaking of South Korea we had a couple of data points earlier one being export data for the first 20 days of the month South Korean exports higher by 25.7% that's year over year and then when it comes to wholesale inflation South Korean producer prices were up 7 and a half percent In the month of September also a year over year reading we're looking at a recovery in the Korean won stronger now against the dollar by about a tenth of 1% Although the dollar does remain very little changed similar story for the Japanese yen little changed here at one 14 I'm Brenda Connor identity theft victim No I'm Brenda Connor Too bad it's hard to tell which Brenda is real That's what you think I've got lifelong to monitor my info and.

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"qualls" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"qualls" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Few of the sour's top business stories Paul a fake governor or Randall cowl's favors a start to the tapering process next month qualls spoke earlier at the milken institute conference in Los Angeles With respect to asset purchases or not talking about interest rates with respect to asset purchases we need to see substantial progress And I think that we have seen substantial progress towards our goals So I do think that we should be prepared to consider tapering asset purchases Quals also said the current high inflation is transitory and he said the Central Bank is not behind the curve with its monetary policy Today's beige book shows the American economy expanded at a modest to moderate rate in the report the fed noted slowed growth and that some districts given supply constraints and concerns over the delta variant United Airlines is looking ahead even though many national borders do remain closed the carrier is focusing all of its expansion next year outside the U.S. The plan is to boost international capacity by 10% United CEO Scott Kirby told us the Atlantic and Pacific will significantly outperform the domestic market for many years to come I think the international market is going to actually be stronger particularly to Europe Middle East and Africa places that we've added during the pandemic And a supply demand balance is different There have been hundreds of widebody long haul international aircrafts that have been retired around the world And that means that the supply demand balance is much more imbalanced internationally So we expect next summer to be the strongest buy a wide margin Now united has the largest international footprint of the big four U as carriers the smallest domestically you might recall last month Kirby said united is likely to become the biggest carrier globally Those shares today down about 6 tenths of 1% PayPal is approaching social media company Pinterest about a potential deal Sources told us the companies have discussed the price of about $70 per share and that would value Pinterest at about 45 billion Bloomberg leanna baker tells us why PayPal is interested in buying Pinterest and if that's reciprocal CEO Dan schulman is looking to make a bold move and try to diversify income sources Pinterest has a big advertising revenue base and this is something that is a really a new direction for PayPal Pinterest in terms of why you would want to sell now it's trading much higher than where it went public at $10 billion but it's never quite reached the same scale as some of the big Internet giants that it competes with So this is just a way for it to kind of partner and cash out If the deal succeeds this would be PayPal's biggest ever acquisition topping its $4 billion purchase of price comparison app honey last year We're at 34 past the hour after the bell we heard from Tesla the company's earnings for the third quarter topped estimates however there was a miss on a revenue importantly though Tesla's operating margin reached an all time high as the company continued to reduce cost the outlook may be a little bit fuzzy as a result of situations where the supply chain is concerned semiconductor shortage and then manufacturing in China which has been hampered by those electric blackouts that we've been talking about Tesla shares right now in the late session down about 1.3% We also heard from IBM after the bell revenue was below estimates and this kind of highlights the challenge in returning to growth this year as IBM prepares to spin off its low growth legacy computer services unit The stock is down about 4.4% right now in late U.S. trade Generally speaking we were positive in the equity market stateside The S&P higher for a 6th straight session and we are very much within that all time high actually about 9 points below The earnings from anthem today top estimates those shares rallied 7.7% and that helped to lead the S&P 500 managed care subgroup higher by 3.6% today The Dow industrial average in the S&P each advancing by four tenths of 1% but some tech weakness sent the NASDAQ composite a little bit lower we were off about a tenth of 1% The yield on the U.S. ten year very little changed meantime at 1.65% so that's where the action will begin in the Tokyo session at the top of the hour Oil reversed losses to trade higher in New York WTI picking up more than 1% and right now trading 83 68 in the electronic session The dollar steady against the majors a little bit of weakness in the Japanese yen not by much one 1436 Chicago Nike futures essentially flat relative to where we were in the cash market yesterday in Tokyo Paul At 7 35 an hour in Hong Kong ten 35 now in Sydney it's time for Jacob global news.

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"qualls" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"qualls" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"My heart is comic book villains too. Yeah i did that. Several years ago with James robinson. I think who wrote for storming a comic book created it actually. Yeah it was interesting. Dahl logan and natasha leone and michael rapaport. We had a great calf. Like oh yeah. It's a good time that was I mean the movie really didn't get much of a shot that could have i like it. You know it especially now with all the comic book movies out. I think he were just ahead of the curve a little bit. That's right but but now hopefully people can rediscover it on dvd and check it out that the great thing about being that. If i'm moving if a movie is decent finding audience. Absolutely absolutely and one of my favorite of your roles. It's a it's a movie that shows up on television once in a while and maybe the premise is really out there. But i kind of bought into it playing coursey the famous rat on look in the core the core. Yeah what's funnier. Ballot people are talking about two scientists realistic. We have to scientists from nafta were advising really. Nobody has completely plausible. What happened in that movie. I mean going to the center of the earth maybe knock refundable but the earth core stop. Shopping span is completely possible. Wow that's interesting. that's i didn't know but you know it was it was really it's actually It's the cast and their reactions to what they're doing and you know you have hillary swank in there too. I mean it was an card hanley. Juki and alfie woodard. It was an amazing catholic. People and i mean it was well like about. It's a throwback to the nineteen fifty sort of be science fiction movies. Yes yes. I really didn't take itself seriously. You're cracking jokes. Like the characters crack jokes about what's going on. It was very tongue in cheek. And i think a lot of people miss that. Yeah yeah no. I liked it. I dug it. I it was It was one that i remember when he came out. And i would you know it's it shows up on table you know more frequently than not and it's It's always fun to see it. The i mean this was not very nineteen sixties was the landing in the river basin which has been used so many films about this space shuttle real life a few days before the moving was supposed to come out while on the move. Yes that's right. I remember that. I remember that that was part of the things that you guys were up against. You know it's Fate china's thing but then the same thing happened to me the trouble with movie. I gave it very until news ago. It was about a bomb in an airplane would be released right after september eleventh so it was released quietly several months later without any press at all i mean had. An amazing cat was like stanley. Choosing that farina and ruto. Tim allen was in it addition. That's a great gas huge catholic people. Jason leaves in it but it was just. The timing was really terrible i started. I was a jinx after that happened in the core. our house. now just it's all time. He is all time now. You have a movie. i guess. I'm not sure what stage it's in. It's called running mates that you're in right. I thought i just came from canada. Shot it up there. Okay and you play One ball one ball jones. A guy who that for serious accident as a child that left him with that nickname forever. Oh yeah enough said. That was really really really fun. Shoot i shot with a great hammer. Winkler yes i know was going to bring that up. I must've been fun. It was a good time. Henry narberth at the same company and this young right writer. Director named comments michael's as well. And i read the script. It was really charming. And you know it's a little khanate was a completely canadian production. Never done that before so we went through this little village that we Yeah about three hours. North however many miles it is north of toronto and shot in a little village for a couple of weeks is a good time. I took in most of of alcoholic beverages that they can offer great. It sounds like fun. And then there's something else You were working with an actor who i really liked to. Is eric val floor. In darkest day eric do. We haven't shot that yet. Kind of financing around forever but aarp one of my closest friends. Oh he's great. Yeah i've known for about ten years. He's a terrific actor you really. I really like them. All i frequently. He's a good guy. Telling you admired work. Oh yeah i mean. I think for years i mean he was in I think a series. I i really had hopes. For veritas the quest. I think on television And unfortunately he was the victim of people in the most recent dispirit. He was you know. Used a husband of of eva mendez in the film. he gets. jets it but it was He's always done really good quality work. So you're a good actor veteran. Because he he really nice guy like he's one of the few guys. I know who has a six pack of ad and is still cool actually. A good performance for him is a recurring role. E had six feet under that great. He did it really excellently job. So that's a good person to hang out with two. Obviously you know it sounds. It sounds really interesting. Circle of eight and her door record our yeah absolutely and You know it's it's great to see you in it. I guess So as your wheels are turning after doing this and seeing how it all unfolds. You have maybe an internet project that you might be brewing as well accurate my partner. My best friend is in angels. After he and i are record into a feature. I next year We shot a short actually coincidentally at the same abandoned hostile. That we shots or elevate at Last year that had some success on the festival circuit so he. And i are going to do a movie together. I'm producing and starring in. And then the before that i'm actually shooting. John sales next movie in the philippines. With chris cooper ray about them about when we invaded the philippines in the late Around the turn of the century okay. Yes you're a war picture. Yeah wow interesting. That's like that's the period fees. Just he's never done. You haven't ever gonna period before. I'm super excited about that. And also john sale and come on any. I mean like when when i got the call i i really. I don't really admission very much I to be honest. I kind of resent the process. They don't like it listening. Feel vulnerable and you know. And i think that i mean i've been working for ten years and unless it's a huge stretch i don't i don't think i want to be put through the process and i read this and he just kind of a stretch for me and it was john sales and he asked me addition and initially. I said no at a fear of descriptors too good. There's no way i'm gonna get cast in there. And then i wind up going and the next day i got the call that i got it when she also never happened normally takes them forever to make a decision but he knew right away. You want me to do it and it was such an honor. This is tony tomato. Thanks for listening..

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"qualls" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"qualls" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"It sounds like a pretty physical role for you pretty well. The whole thing is just really creepy and dramatic. And and i like playing that. I mean most of the time. I did a studio movie the comedy and i got to do something different this so that was attractive also and they'll promoting a film at the time and they allowed me. They work around my schedule. She's very nice of them. That's cool so are you in every segment pretty much okay. I'm not I think i'm in half of them. Okay okay yeah very interesting but it sounds it. Sounds fascinating and i do like the interactive part. I agree with you. I think that web is going in that direction. I think we'll always have movies especially with all the things that they're pouring into it now like three d. and stuff like that but i think and also television because of high def things like that too. I mean they're they're all trying to hang on. But i think the web will also be major form of entertainment. I think stuff like this will see more and more of the next two years so rather furtive one got shopping can yet and pretty much can direct your whole life on the internet now and so. I think that this is definitely a new frontier for entertainment and to get in. I think getting an early best. So at least i knew up. I knew it's happening and i understand the opportunities. Sure absolutely there's more fi talk so please stick around. Let's get back to sci fi. I'm tony and you mentioned producing And you've actually start in introduced. I know right. I have a movie right now. They did with mickey read twilight. Actually call brass dip summer. That's festival now. I produced that in starting you play joe and and also one of my favorite actors actresses in wave sadler. I love i love running and now is a great actor. Really sweet guy. Yeah yeah he's great. I mean i listed credits from diehard and also did a great job on roswell so plane the sheriff. So i remember having been around it. But he's enjoyed having settings professional on great in this part it was. It was really tough role for him. He had to be mean to me a lot be mean to. Yeah he plays your bosses. I understand it. So yeah. He's like the boston how he is the boss from helling. He basically sparks. He triggers me to sort of go on a rampage. Like sort of like the movie falling down. We've seen that yet scores. Where i have sort of like the really bad choices in this one day. that winds up offering three people's lives pretty dramatically. I mean i. I kind of know what you're talking about and i will give it away if you don't want me to but it sounds. It sounds really interesting. And and she. She plays nikki. Plays a key part of that component to so right i. I basically wanted taking her hostage. Accidentally right yes right and it was interesting. Shoot for me. Because like i mean i would have like fifteen pages of dialogue and she bound and gagged and not really responding that it was really tough shot in twelve days which was insane and i will never do again. That's a lot of work. Yeah definitely are you in derby. I am in new jersey. Yes wearing new jersey are you. I live in nutley new jersey. i'm close to the meadowlands. Easiest to not far from giant's so i think around you Lack of summer which are like three days and had new jersey. Do you know where that is hasn't is to the south of me. That's what we call here in new jersey down the shore. Okay that's where we got. Yeah has a great town though. Very nice yeah right and yours go to the beach to when you get a chance of your shooting schedule..

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"qualls" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"qualls" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"The only person who doesn't have any memory of this And basically we we keep dying over and over and over again because some choices that she makes in the course of the day. And what's really cool about. This is that it's completely interactive and at the end of the episode. The audience also going make the decision as to what choices she makes that part of it. So as i understand what you're watching the episode you as the audience you can make some choices as the episode is is running thing that the only choice that you actually get to make is the end choices the interactive elements in every episode. That provide backstory and games and things that you aren't cold. I'm just sort of. I think informed choice at the end and understand the movie actually the pooling feature but they cut it down to ten six minute episodes. Yeah and the movie will be released as a movie on dvd. I think it's running on the internet. That blockbuster sort of deal with us. Well yeah they're part of the same family. So i can. Yeah that would work out that work out real well. Very interesting i. I do like the fact that it's it's definitely not a very passive audience. We're going to be literally can be involved as much as i wanna be. That's great that's awesome. So is everything like in the can as far as everything you shop every concretely down I think i. I know the perfect episode. You tomorrow my space right and in conjunction. I think they're running them. In times square and hollywood and highland in los angeles very cool with a pretty big roll out for this and i think mountain dew making in their canned their clues and prizes and games on the can. You can actually take the can and type in a number on my face and it will. It will give you sort of clues and things to like. Find easter eggs and stuff like that jerry cool. Yeah people asked us like that. So that's that sounds really really cool. So i guess You know. I just can't say too much but it sounds like there might be some paranormal.

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"qualls" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"qualls" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"And today we have a conversation with dj qualls lately. He's been on z. Nation but at this time he was working on an online series. Let's hear our conversation with. Dj calls actually. This is a cool opportunity to talk to you. 'cause you have great body of work so far and there's a lot of you to incur that this is a very interesting thing especially Being that it's an internet program Which is actually know. they'll paramount digital entertainment is involved. So they're pretty big name. How did you kind of landed. Well accurate i got a call about it and my main initially said no. I shouldn't do it anything. But i read it. I really liked it a lot. And i knew the casting director Beforehand should cast me and a few things. And i can shoot a good taste level and and also like i. It's hard for me to pay attention to something involved in it. And i'm getting into producing and things like that few movies. I was interested in web content. And sort of i feel like that maybe we were headed for. Entertainment is concerned. And i wanted to know about it More about it so. I am agreed to do this movie and i had a great time and it turned out really really well. I'm proud of it. Yeah i know you're producing and what better way to learn it but some the inside exactly i mean. There's so many things. I don't i didn't really know about as far as con concerned and i mean it's basically like a movie so it wasn't a different experience in that regard but the the marketing is different. I mean it's more immediate than film. You do film and you have to wait. Maybe a year year and a half finding audience. I think we've finished this last month. Yeah that's amazing. That's pretty quick. Now you play randall. And reynolds the kinda guy. I think i would like because i don't know if you've seen it but they actually have a my space page. Yeah i have overstepping ever for this. I mean marketing behind. This is pretty fascinating. We partnered with a mountain dew and They pumped a ton of cash into this end. The artwork that's actually envy on the interactive part of the of the web servers really genius. Oh cool very cool. So randall is a filmmaker. Yeah and he's He is actually wants to do a documentary on this particular building. The buildings covered dante a building downtown. La and basically destroy finds them. A new tenant is moving in her name. Is jessica played the austin highsmith. She's moving into the building and she and all these odd things are happening in what we come to find out is that it opened. I'm giving much away that the residents of the building having living this thing day for who knows how long probably they've done this for years. This exact same day and it all hinges on some decisions that she has to make in order to change the fate and get them out of this day and taking them a long time to understand this and as as they've been living day this sort of groundhog day over and over again. They realized that the only thing that survived other memories and in randolph tape to sort of teach them what mistakes they've made and whether you need to go together this day interesting concept i liked. That like really isn't interesting contract. That's cool so. Randall is actually not someone who was trapped in the building but he has accessed though i'm track. I'm unlike they're eight residents and we're all tracking this day including in two cops and i think some Emt's are also trapped in this thing day so we all know what's going.

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"qualls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"qualls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Glad you are with the show this morning 6519895855 his phone number. If you want to take part in any portion of the show today, next to our Zero tolerance on guns as Biden moves to deal with the rising rampant crime around the country, we have audio and we will. We will then appeal to you to try to decipher what in the world. He's Talking about the former prosecutor, by the way in the Dante right case, has has spoken out after quitting in the wake of controversy surrounding the charges of Kim Potter in the death of Dante, right, got some issues with with the former prosecutor in some of the comments that he's making like he's like he's halfway there. He's halfway there, in in sort of calling out the issues and the problems But because he's a part of that crowd because he's an activist kind of in love himself, he refuses to sort of point out the real issue. It's not Republicans and conservatives that is causing all these problems. No Republicans and conservatives are not showing up at people's houses. And making demands and parking themselves in suburban neighborhoods and and harassing and in some instances, even terrorizing residents of those neighborhoods and kids and teenagers because they're throwing a temper tantrum and not getting what they want. That's not you're not seeing tea party crowds do those things. No, it's the far left. We are waiting to hear from Kendall Qualls, who has been making the rounds, traveling, talking about critical race theory. And look, what we've seen is this is Critical race theory has been around for a while. It's been inside of our university system for for quite some time. Over the course of the pandemic, it really seemed as if and and of course, in the wake of of of what happened with George Floyd and the racial tensions in the country. Those that are pushing this. This racist ideology hit the gas pedal. Tried to take advantage of the pandemic, the closed schools to go and push this into the school system and you're already seeing it. I mean, it's it's been seeping slowly into the public school system. We had a circumstance earlier this year where one of our sons was given a list of books to read, and one of them was stamped anti racism and you the Children's version fun from Abram Candy, to which I did a lot of research on this particular individual. He's at the forefront of critical race. Theory, and this is a person that straight up says You need to fight racism with racism. That is his belief system. And this is what they are trying to peddle to our kids that that the the majority of of teachers are already having to go through courses in critical race theory ahead of a desire that the left has to implement this across the country into the standard curriculum and your There's a There's a ton of gas lighting going on when it comes to critical race theory out there right now, and one of the big ones that you'll see is You know, to stop calling a critical race theory. It's just history, right? It's just American history. It's the things that you know you weren't taught in school. But you know it's important parts of American history. Total Bs Total lies. I'm looking at a The five tenants of critical race theory from a A critical race collective. This comes out of the University of Tennessee. This is a group that, uh, you know, was put together the critical race theory sort of curriculum and agenda for this one. This one particular university in Tennessee. The five tenants of critical race theory include the following Critical race theory asserts that racism is a central component of American life. Racism is a central component of American life. That's that's their first tenant of critical research. Does that sound like American history? Does that sound We know we just you know, we're shown parts of history that weren't early normally taught in school. No, you're teaching them that racism is a central component of American life. Like who If you heard that about, you know, Say, random country, right? That's horrible. I wouldn't want to live. There It is your it is your quintessential identity politics. Zeroing in on this particular issue, and what they do here is it's so nefarious in the way that it's laid out because all they have to do those that push this. All they have to do is show an example of an individual who might have been treated unfairly that falls into the demographic framework that they've concocted to try to go and prove their point. And they really leave out the millions and millions and millions of success stories and people that haven't had those types of experiences so and look at its base level and we're going. We've got chemical calls on hold and.

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Facebook Board Upholds Trump Suspension

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Facebook Board Upholds Trump Suspension

"Former president trump will not be returning to Facebook at least for now trump's account was suspended for months ago for inciting violence leading to the capital riot today Facebook's Qualls I independent oversight board voted to uphold the ban but faulted how Facebook made the original decision it says the suspension was justified at the time given the ongoing risk of serious violence but it's indefinite suspension was inappropriate and arbitrary the board's giving Facebook six months to re examine the penalty and decide on another that it says must be clear necessary and proportionate Sager made Donnie Washington

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"qualls" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Byte

Sci-Fi Talk Byte

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"qualls" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Byte

"Forties. Like the twenty years ago profound. Like. So you know I'm GonNa get shit and checked into my face and until I die I goal is a diet, ninety, five and. died. So I'm going to I'm going to go down swinging as far as how I look but. But seriously, your body has the most profound changes between forty and sixty. Since puberty. And some aware of that so I only want to do things that I really liked through it. But the thing is an find excuses not to challenge yourself which don't want to be cold and you don't want to be comfortable and that's not enough money and I don't WanNa do that and this was the right time when I was at home feeling really secure and comfortable. And I got out of my comfort zone I went and did stuff and. I didn't snap on anybody, but sometimes, it's like you know like two hours like. When when they're when they've been on the floor for a long time and they've died speak all day fucking wrong and at the end of the day through disperse fucking snape. I also will. I can do that I'm aware of it. And I did. I'm proud of myself. As I'm getting older I'm aware that I'm I'm coming fearful and definitely don't want to be that and this was kind of great and that's the other thing. Some asshole occasionally come up to me in a bar like listening to a terrible movie you you did and my. For Twenty years you have to narrow that down. Because most of the stuff. Most of the jobs. You do per one or two reasons money or because you think will be cool or it's the location or something like that. But when you take a job that's not for money. And it doesn't turn out. Well, it hurts you a little bit. But you have no control over that like actors get acting awards I look at them and I'm like you didn't edit that you didn't write it. You didn't color corrected. The Ryder is the Alpha and the Omega of our experience and the fact that they're not invited places. The fact that they're paid the the the least of the people above the line is fucking astonishing to me. So. So because of that When I read something really great and and my impetus is Detroit away and it's it's really good. I have to question why did that and this was that for me? And it was really cool and actually the rider David. Xiao. What my local bar last night I saw my best friend lives around the corner. So I come down here like once every six eight weeks to get loaded. And so I have a whole community of friends here. So he wound up at my local bar less the guy who wrote this at all the places I was like brother. Great Mind An actors process and experience creepshow is on shudder. Comments or questions or welcome at sci-fi talk at AOL. Dot Com, for bite this is Tony Tomato..

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"qualls" Discussed on The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms

The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms

08:09 min | 2 years ago

"qualls" Discussed on The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms

"When I knew that they were behind it and they wanted this book published. Then I reached out to Emily Harris. Longtime assistant, who had kept us organized through the whole process you know. And I said, can you help me take? Doctor? Purposes notes for the portions that aren't done in Kenya me. Finish this book, so she joined in on the project. And we were able to finish the book. We were able to get a book contract with a wonderful publisher. And it honestly feels a bit like a miracle like pretty sure when I. Get a copy of my hands I'm just going to start bawling. It's a dream. Come true. Really? Yeah, well, I mean. It's almost a decade of your life like I. Mean Not you aren't writing that whole time and so much has happened in that I remember when we first met and you told me about it will first of all I was shocked. I was like there's there's another book from Dr For us, but but just. This, like hope that that it could come to fruition, and now as before you had a book contract, you know, remember the book proposal all the things, and so even the last two years of of getting permission to finish it finish at the book contracts and all of that that's felt like a lifetime, so it really has it really. I have worked on this book for so long that it's. It's really an incredible thing to be getting to this point. I mean when. This episode airs you all who are listening to it. We're only a month out from the book actually launching from it being able to be in all of our hands, which is so unbelievable and exciting, and and you know it's. It's a wonderful book it is. People have asked me sometimes. How is it different from the connected child well, I think the big obvious difference of course is set. It's written in two voices. It's my voice as a mom and her voice as A scientist and all of her experience. You know you've got two very different voices. Every single chapter begins with stories from me. And then. Content from Dr Purvis where she explains the science and the methods, and then ends with another story from me about my family and I think it's laid out. Really really well. Of course I designed the layout, but I mean I. Don't mean visually laid out i. mean the whole design of. The order, attent like you can find topics that relevant to you, but it's very topical. It has a stronger emphasis on attachment and more current attachment information from when the connected child was written. We have a chapter on the with the very first chapter is understanding the foundation of attachment, and then the next chapter is understanding yourself, and it's a chapter where we talk about our own experiences as parents and our own histories, and understanding our history and having compassion for ourselves, and then that leads to understanding why certain things might trigger us the way they do, and why certain things might be hard for us in our relationships with our children and. I think it's really good, I. I'm always a little cautious about talking about parental attachment and things. Because I think sometimes, it can feel shaming to parents like. You know they feel like we're saying Oh. This is actually about you, and that is not at all what we're saying because this is this is an emphasis on just. Really knowing ourselves. Goes both ways right, so it's. Just one person, or another on the must bring things to the relationship, and and we're all human, so what we bring to the relationship is never production. That's for sure for sure so so there's a little more attachment. There's more updated language because you know. Things have developed with TB are I over the years. And let me think what else. Are Teens and older kids, which I covered seen only a big missing piece at felt Lincoln me when we were parenting, our older kids and using that as a reference. Yes, we have a whole chapter on teens, and we have a chapter on really caring for yourself and staying healthy so that you can stick with it I mean. This is a long marathon. This is a long long road and we have to take care of ourselves in order to. beat the parents our kids need us to be. Yeah absolutely and I think that I think if we had asked Dr Purvis way back when even when the connected child came out, she knew that she would have been able to tell us, but it wasn't at least to me. It wasn't. Really, obvious and I needed obvious when we were in the hardest part of our parenting journey that it wasn't like a magic formula if we. Had total voice control, and we choices and compromises, and realize the need behind the behavior that it was all going to just magically. Solve itself, but that this was. A very hard, even though it felt a little permissive to me, a very hard way to parent takes a lot of energy. And I think that was. For me part of the missing bridge. Over the years as we've. Learned grown and developed into hopefully more therapeutic parents when we were a decade ago. Was this reminder to ourselves to be kind to ourselves? The this was hard hard work that we had to be in it for the marathon. The sprint and the marathon was years. Decades. Yes absolutely I mean we've both had our kids home for a long time I? Mean my kids came home in two thousand seven house a long time ago, but You know kids have had a lot of trauma require a different level of parenting. The just do their needs are different and Yeah, it's definitely a marathon and I think that's an important chapter. And of course, the whole book in addition to honoring Calcuta on really is honoring Dr. Purvis's her her legacy. Her gift to all of us I mean. Yes I wrote a lot of the book, but this book is a gift to me too, and I I just hope people love it. It's going to be. And I should add to our audience that the book is intentionally not a faith-based book. Because we want this book to be available to everyone, we want it to be used for foster parent training and for. Teachers and even though it is about parents, of course, all of these things can be applied to professional educators. Healthcare providers all those people, and so we want the book to have a very broad appeal, and we would not want it to be not able to be used for any kind of governmental foster parent training so. We're hoping to reach a very broad sense. Yeah, so it's called the connected parents, obviously for all caregivers and parents of foster and adoptive children and kinship placements all that, but also a fantastic resource for professionals for agencies to use for the purpose of training maybe to give extended family. You know people who are having Louis who's in your tribe whose helping you care for your kids. you know the story format is going to make it super super readable. And then. Because a lot of us are on the move a lot. There will be this audio book that you're hopefully recording as we as people are listening to this, and so that will be a fantastic resource to to listen to you. Tell us the wisdom of of all the hard work that you and Dr. Purpose put into this book, So yes, also harvest. House is going to be developing. A harvest s with the publisher. They are developing a study guide that will go alongside the book I don't know yet how we're. GonNa distribute that I..

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"qualls" Discussed on The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms

The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"qualls" Discussed on The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms

"Just pretty amazing, very bright, very sparkly dimples energy the whole thing in fact when I think back to her. Referrals. Everything always said she has. She's very energetic now. Okay, let's translate energetic. Know read between the lines. Yes, yes I. I think. A lot of us would think will energetic. She probably was like hyper. Add actually she was hyper. Vigilant is what she was. She had so many stress chemicals running through her body was so much deep deep fear in her that she was hyper vigilant, and she had survival skills. She developed in order cope in her life. Any Theo. Pia and they came out looking like a whole lot of energy. But we knew we knew things were going to be challenging. Heard that people often have this honeymoon period when they get home and so when she and rests. Got Home. I was expecting that we did not have that you know. From the time she came home. We were faced with really challenging behaviors things. We'd never expected you know she had been so. Her brain had been so impacted by trauma that she saw the entire. World is threatening and everybody. All of her siblings were competition to her, and so she had to be dominant. You know because that's how she knew. That's how you get the food. That's how you get the close. That's how you get. Kind attention you know. Was Making sure you're the fastest the strongest, the loudest, the cutest you know all of that. And some of that came out looking like aggression, which was very scary back then you know it was such a shock in our family, and not all sudden have. Aggression so. You Know I. Think because we were so well prepared with studied guy, we went to a special training course just for people adopting from Ethiopia. We. My background was in mental health. We've been for twenty years. So, even though it was challenging I think we felt very optimistic that you know yeah, of course, it's going to be hard. This little girl has been through so much. Of course, it's going to be hard. But it's all going to be okay because we know what to do, and it's just GonNa take time. Well, even with time passing actually things continued to get worse. They didn't resolve. They didn't get better. and. We were really in desperate need of help. And I can earn number pulling literally pulling books off of my butt case because I of course by all kinds of adoption books and read them all. And just scanning through them trying to find something that would help. It makes me choke up right now, just thinking about it and actually in the room with that book case right now in all of those books, next member does kneeling on the floor, and in looking through trying to find anything that would help me. Because I was desperate, and our whole life had begun to revolve around rages, and very out of control, behavior and aggression. And it was. Very overwhelming. So sometime during that time you know way way back before it even brought our kids home. I had started a blog. One thankful mom dot com and I'd started writing there. and. I had begun to get a little more honest about what was going on. Because at first I didn't want to. I didn't want to discourage anybody. Because I knew I was so sure things were just going to get better that I. didn't. I figured it wouldn't really benefit anyone for me to write about how hard things were. But when I started to get honest. That's when people really started to come and read in. You know that's where we used to interact back. In the day, we used to actually interact on our blogs and the comments right yeah. Yeah. We didn't have the facebook groups and the things that we have now. So one of my readers. And I would love to find out who that was someday. She told me about this woman. Dr Karyn Purvis and her book the Connected Child. I hadn't heard of Doctor Purvis I hadn't heard of the book, but it was quite new back then. So, I got the book. And I read it and. There were a lot of things in there. There was a lot ardy new, but what I didn't have before reading, it was really concrete. Tools you know to us when I was actually interacting in parenting, my child and so? That was really really helpful. It began to sort of open my mind to this new way of looking at the challenges and thinking about the the what these behaviors were actually saying. You know the need behind the behavior and all of that. But what was even better than reading the Connected Child? Was the same person gave me some links to some videos of Carter Purvis. Speaking and they were from an old conference. They weren't anything big. They weren't professionally done. But when I heard her speak. That's when I knew. That she. Had something incredible to offer me because. Hearing her talk about how she worked with children. That was so powerful. You know and I remember crying watching her speak thinking. She has hoped for my kids. And if she could believe. The my kids could hill than I would hold onto that hope. Sorry I'm surprised I'm so shop. But it was very powerful. And I remember telling rest. I need you to watch these videos? And so we watched them together and he had the same experience. We're both just crying, so then I went back and I reread the.

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"qualls" Discussed on The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms

The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms

06:10 min | 2 years ago

"qualls" Discussed on The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms

"Episode eighty eight of the adoption connection podcast. Lisa and I a recording in May, but the week that this that you're listening to this episode, I am hoping she is having time of her life in San. Diego Right Lisa recording the audio book for the Connected Parent. Yes I'm so excited. You know originally when I we were talking about the audio book. I was I. Asked if I could be the one to actually narrate it, and they said Oh. No, we don't really do that. We hire professionals and apparently they had a change of heart because. I am doing it and I'm just completely thrilled. You're like I. Am a professional I talk for living. Well, I told him, I, said I think my twenty three years of home schooling, and all that reading aloud should come in handy as as they narrate my book, so, but we're getting a little bit ahead of ourselves because we really want to talk. About is the fact that there is a book at all. Yeah absolutely, so we said. Take us back and tell us a little bit about how the book came to be. And you tell us all the thing tells all the things about the book that we need to know. So many to go all the way back to the beginning, which actually goes back many many years because my life was I touched by adoption when as a young teenager, I became a birth mother, and that is a very hard and sad story. I was not a very I was not a willing birth mother. But that's how I touch my life and I told that whole story episode twenty three of the Podcast, so if anybody wants to go back in here that you are welcome to hear it. But after I married in college, we started our family. We had a large family. We had seven kids, so I had eight children altogether. I was reunited with my oldest son. When he was a teenager, so he didn't grow up with my other kids, but he's one of my children to, and so I was at a point, I was home schooling. My kids had seven at home. My youngest was three and i. just had this strong sense. The Gut had something more for me to do. which now looking back seems kind of funny like Oh my goodness. I was working so hard and drowning so many days trying to school everybody. Run this really big household. But I just knew that something was coming. I actually thought I was going to go back to school and begin to develop a career. Because you know, my youngest was three I. mean surely someday is going to have time to have another career. Right? You're just. My head Lisa. Graham here on the option connection that you really probably are three, you know. Already looking ahead to the next thing you can accomplish before you know while you're already drowning in what you're currently doing. I'm visual oriented. I'm very future-oriented to a fault, and it drives us a little bit crazy sometimes, but anyhow yes. I was looking to the future and thinking I was going to be going back to school, and then one of my good friends called me to tell me that she and her husband had decided to adopt two little boys for media. And I feel like that was a profound spiritual moment where I think. Got Just began to open my heart to this idea, and if you listen to the earlier, upset, my podcast. And you hear my story. You'll know that this was really very unexpected for me. I never imagined. I would become an adoptive mom, not at the stage of my life. And so we began to look into adoption and it because our friends were adopting from Ethiopia, we thought that sounded like a really good plan, but before we committed to adopting, we sponsored a little girl at an orphanage for kids living with HIV. And she her sweet face was on our refrigerator, and we talked about her, and we prayed for her. and. We went forward with our plans to adopt. We decided to be very rational. We decided to adopt two little boys younger than our youngest child, our youngest daughter. And it seemed like a really good plan. And then our friends traveled to Copa and they went to this orphanage, and they met this little girl Kalki done. And, the nurse at the orphanage told her. We really hope your friends going to a doctor. And that was moment our lives where things took a turn that we didn't expect we first of all had no idea that she it was possible to adopt a child with. HIV. And this was in two thousand and six, so we have to go way back. We did not actually know much about HIV at all. and. We had a lot to learn, but through the. Months following that we truly felt compelled by God. To adopt her, you know she. Parents. She needed a family and. We just knew that God was calling us, and and so we went forward. Adopting and this. The story is really interesting because we ended up adopting three unrelated children through two different agency simultaneously. And it was pretty tricky process, but we traveled to Ethiopia. Two, thousand, seven, the beginning of two thousand seven, and we met all three of our new children. We knew when we went that. We would not be bringing Calcuta on home on that trip. Because at that point, the United States required. A person with HIV had to fill out a whole packet of materials waivers in order to enter the US to get a visa, so we submitted all of that while we were in Addis, and then we had to leave her and come home with the two little boys until her visa was approved, and then Russ went back for her, but. The really significant thing. Is that even when we were in? We began to realize that. Calica John was gonNA. Have a lot of challenges. Being in a family, being with us, she was beautiful, beautiful girl..

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Trump slams governors as 'weak,' urges crackdown on protests

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Trump slams governors as 'weak,' urges crackdown on protests

"I from president made Asia another trump day to is Europe of demanding nationwide to the governors U. S. protests do June more president has to arrived crack trump down with is slamming coronavirus on violent America's demonstrations restrictions governors being nationwide as eased weak the visitors president the president's ripped are telling again into state allowed state leaders in the leaders Florida they during have Keys a video to get and much conference into tougher Rome's saying against Coliseum that violent most of protesters you in are St weak Louis casinos on and a video making and conference themselves Greek he hotels look said like most fools of you even for are in not Minnesota weak calling up where more and George that National they have Floyd's to Guard arrest death to sparked and in his try nationwide words and dominate throw protests people in the streets jail governor Tim governors he's Qualls questioning across is re the country why opening more must the outdoor governors act dining are not using it's going deployed the to National be eighty the National Guard five degrees Guard to stop this as afternoon the protests it's fixed and it's time White saying House that for spokeswoman the worked community over Kayleigh the weekend to MacNamee gather in Minneapolis noting peacefully the Pentagon let's get the some says president of those just things says a fraction of back governors going of again are National not but there Guard are willing fears members to available the dominate protests have been will the deployed streets also lead to and they're made a virus wasting some of the resurgence nation's their time worst after racial and a months will unrest look long like since a fight nineteen bunch to contain of sixty jerks the pandemic eight Sager the secret and now service make ani rush Washington the president S. into gatherings a White House bumper Friday with thousands night as of people protesters gathered outside in close proximity he's told advisers New York governor he Andrew worries Cuomo about his wonders safety what sense Sager that makes made Donnie Washington Sager made Ghani Washington

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"qualls" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:43 min | 2 years ago

"qualls" Discussed on AP News

"From Asia to Europe to the U. S. June has arrived with coronavirus restrictions being eased visitors are again allowed in the Florida Keys and into Rome's Coliseum in St Louis casinos and Greek hotels even in Minnesota where George Floyd's death sparked nationwide protests governor Tim Qualls is re opening the outdoor dining it's going to be 85 degrees this afternoon and it's time for the community to gather peacefully let's get some of those things back going again but there are fears the protests will also lead to a virus resurgence after a months long fight to contain the pandemic and now S. gatherings with thousands of people in close proximity New York governor Andrew Cuomo wonders what sense that makes Sager made Ghani Washington

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"qualls" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:43 min | 2 years ago

"qualls" Discussed on AP News

"I made another day of nationwide protests president trump is slamming America's governors as weak the president's telling state leaders they have to get much tougher against violent protesters on a video conference he said most of you are weak and that they have to arrest and try and throw people in jail he's questioning why more governors are not using the National Guard to stop the protests saying that worked over the weekend in Minneapolis the president says of governors are not willing to dominate the streets they're wasting their time and will look like a bunch of jerks Sager make ani Washington from Asia to Europe to the U. S. June has arrived with coronavirus restrictions being eased visitors are again allowed in the Florida Keys and into Rome's Coliseum in St Louis casinos and Greek hotels even in Minnesota where George Floyd's death sparked nationwide protests governor Tim Qualls is re opening the outdoor dining it's going to be 85 degrees this afternoon and it's time for the community to gather peacefully let's get some of those things back going again but there are fears the protests will also lead to a virus resurgence after a months long fight to contain the pandemic and now S. gatherings with thousands of people in close proximity New York governor Andrew Cuomo wonders what sense that makes Sager made Ghani Washington

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Lockdowns ease in Florida, Europe with new tourism rules

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Lockdowns ease in Florida, Europe with new tourism rules

"From Asia to Europe to the U. S. June has arrived with coronavirus restrictions being eased visitors are again allowed in the Florida Keys and into Rome's Coliseum in St Louis casinos and Greek hotels even in Minnesota where George Floyd's death sparked nationwide protests governor Tim Qualls is re opening the outdoor dining it's going to be eighty five degrees this afternoon and it's time for the community to gather peacefully let's get some of those things back going again but there are fears the protests will also lead to a virus resurgence after a months long fight to contain the pandemic and now S. gatherings with thousands of people in close proximity New York governor Andrew Cuomo wonders what sense that makes Sager made Ghani Washington

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Lockdowns ease in Florida, Europe with new tourism rules

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Lockdowns ease in Florida, Europe with new tourism rules

"I from made Asia another day to Europe of nationwide to the U. S. protests June president has arrived trump with is slamming coronavirus America's restrictions governors being as eased weak visitors the president's are telling again state allowed leaders in the Florida they have Keys to get and much into tougher Rome's against Coliseum violent protesters in St Louis casinos on a video and conference Greek he hotels said most of you even are in Minnesota weak where and George that they have Floyd's to arrest death sparked and try nationwide and throw protests people in jail governor Tim he's Qualls questioning is re why opening more the outdoor governors dining are not using it's going the to National be eighty Guard five degrees to stop this afternoon the protests and it's time saying that for the worked community over the weekend to gather in Minneapolis peacefully let's get the some president of those things says of back governors going again are not but there are willing fears to the dominate protests will the streets also lead to they're a virus wasting resurgence their time after and a months will look long like a fight bunch to contain of jerks the pandemic Sager and now make ani Washington S. gatherings with thousands of people in close proximity New York governor Andrew Cuomo wonders what sense that makes Sager made Ghani Washington

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Antonio Brown Accused by a Second Woman of Alleged Sexual Misconduct

The Kuhner Report

02:00 min | 3 years ago

Antonio Brown Accused by a Second Woman of Alleged Sexual Misconduct

"Really. I'll read from the New York Post the second woman is accusing Antonio brown of sexual misconduct not rape sexual misconduct okay that's up for interpretation but continue saying he inappropriately proposition at his Pennsylvania home in twenty seventeen. he was standing behind her fully naked holding a small towel over his genitals while she painted okay in a report yeah the unnamed woman said the patriots star came under after hiring her to paint a mural for him while he was playing for the Pittsburgh Steelers quote he was flirty with me but I paid him no mind because I was there on business plus I already seen with multiple girls in a short time I was with them okay and Qualls so far I don't see anything wrong with this but continue quote I was about forty percent done on the second day okay and I'm on my knees painting the bottom of the mural and he walks up to me bought **** naked with a hand cloth covering his front general okay and starts having a conversation with me and I kept my cool in cap painting. after that it all up to ended abruptly. brown ghosted her after the incident and she said calls to his various assistance about being paid for her work went unanswered I'm still feeling to see how this is sexual misconduct issue like I don't understand this whatsoever she is not because he was naked she is not yes but he was covering his area with a so okay square hand clock that's this is supposed to be you okay the painter is not seeking damages or pursuing charges but told Sports Illustrated she was bothered by his behavior I'm far up other by a budget people's behavior all the time but that doesn't mean that some sort of salt. friends that knew about her interaction with brown alerted her after Taylor had made her claim and that's prompted her to come

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Dengue Fever hits the ABC Jakarta Bureau

Correspondents Report

05:53 min | 3 years ago

Dengue Fever hits the ABC Jakarta Bureau

"Twenty Nine Thousand Nine is shutting up today. The worst year ever for infection rates of the debilitating potentially fatal mosquito born virus dengue fever it infects up to four hundred million people every year and two of those who fell victim this year are from the A._B._C.'s Jakarta Bureau David Lipson and Phil Hemingway. Shed their experience for these report. Normally I'd start a story like this with the sound of buzzing mosquito but here's the thing about the dreaded dinghy fever carrying Eighties Aegypti. They are completely silent compared to the noisy lumbering Australian mazey's those here in Jakarta like time traveling Subatomic Ninjas silently flitting in and out of existence assistance to avoid the electrified tennis racket shaped swatter that are sold at all good hardware stores. I used to be somewhat Buddhist in sentiment toward food. All living creatures even mosquitoes now. I'm selectively cold blooded. Mosquitoes are evil and must be summarily exterminated emanated. What changed me is dengue fever. At first I thought it was just a bad case of the meat Switz- after a feat of gluttony at the Jakarta airport. Airport Burger King in January by the time I was on the plane back to Sydney for friends wedding. I had quite a headache when I asked the flight attendant for a third blanket. Thank it I started to conclude. It wasn't just fast food regret ten days later a blood test confirmed it was the mosquito borne virus sometimes is known as breakbone fever because of the associated aches and pains. I wouldn't say Philip like my bones were breaking but I was definitely we saw and I could not stop sleeping. I'd yawn and stretch after yet another thirteen. Our KIP ATE my breakfast in front of the T._v.. And then pass sat on the couch for another three to six hours I even slipped through the stint in a Sydney hospital. It was Australia Day and are needed a blood test so I showed up at emergency expecting a very long wait when I told them I just landed from Jakarta with a fever and aches and pains was given a face mask surgical gown with the back open and hooked up to a heart monitor before being wheeled into an isolated room but just as as no vaccine for Dengue Fever and no cure uh there's no specific treatment so after about six hours I sent me home to recover another who fell victim the A._B._C.'s camera operator Phil Oh Hemingway who was struck down a few months later with a particularly nasty strain that landed The indignity of having to announce his toilet breaks over the intercom into the nurses station. I know this because of the video shared by his ever helpful wife Sabrina he can. He is struggling to contain her amusement in the background here. POPO toilet jokes aside. It was actually pretty serious. Fulfil Phil was not fun at all that recommend. What did it feel. It's it was unlike anything other had before. I'll say hot called old. <hes> the favor was just really extreme. Not Those dot was really really bad. So what was the moment that you knew you had to get the hospital. I came home from work. <hes> real got really cruel. Qualls Wick that morning we're shooting demonstration and <HES> and I thought I had like <hes> like hades stroke this kind of fill like very D._C.. In the Houghton call thing was really extreme it was really weird and <hes> straight to bed and then that often it just got worse. I was lying there and he was a bit arrest. He kind of filled it better feeling liner embiid feeling worse and let's say look. I'll go to the doctor this. This is getting see leading. The test came back positive that not for Danny within an hour say. <hes> and <hes> and I'll send Heim <hes> told the rest up. There's not much you can do <hes> and then the next I had an appointment to go back and do another test to see house going and I had to go back early before the test and I couldn't even walk into into the clinic. They had to tighten the wheelchair out of the car and I was really bad on his seventh day in hospital. Things still weren't looking looking great fills platelet count was still far too low but as preparations were being made for a Medevac to Singapore for a potential blood transfusion. The platelet count started to bounce back after that fills recovery was pretty quick. It has been a particularly bad year for dingy in Indonesia but now the wet season has moved to countries north of the equator and the World Health Organization is warning Malaysia the Philippines Singapore Vietnam and and Cambodia all to brace for significant dingy epidemics this year this week. The Philippines issued a national alert. So if you're planning a holiday soon it's worth checking if dingy is prevalent there and if it is pack your date repellent and cover up take it from us. It's worth it. I'm sure it is that was A._B._C.'s Indonesia correspondent David Lipson reporting there from Jakarta and I'm pleased to say I think David's pretty much fully recovered now. Thank goodness.

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